In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in US)miembro del Congreso masculine
- The congressman in fact had actually paid his taxes; he was just habitually late about it.
- Anyway, the real life guy became a congressman or a senator or something.
- This is an off-year election, meaning we choose senators and congressmen, not a president.
- Liberal congressmen and the public employees' unions are hostile to the plan.
- When we come back, we will talk with two congressmen and one member of the Senate.
- This is a bipartisan group of congressmen and senators who are looking into this.
- Rarely has the role of corporate money in buying congressmen and their votes been so nakedly on display as in the promotion of this measure.
- Any congressman who tries to stonewall on this will be subject to an immediate recall movement.
- Why do you suppose senators are held in slightly higher esteem than congressmen?
- I've never believed that governors and senators and congressmen can really deliver states.
- On one occasion, the congressman even arranged a blind date, but nothing became of it.
- Today everyone from congressmen to city councilmen treat the drugmakers like a flock of geese.
- But he also has to do what he did with the Republican senators and congressmen yesterday.
- As the congressman told us of his need to leave, I began waving furiously from my side of the building in my work clothes.
- Privately, many senators and congressmen have a similar feeling.
- Most of the South's governors and three-fifths of its congressmen are now Republican.
- If you are not raising money, the congressman implies, you are a political target waiting to be hit.
- The measures that have been taken are calculated to intimidate not only the general public, but the congressmen and senators as well.
- Unfortunately, our senators and congressmen have not been smart enough or well prepared enough to do the job.
- If she wanted him to meet with a senator or a congressman, we had to change his schedule to do it.
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