Translation of councillor in Spanish:

councillor

noun

  • 1British

    • It is no secret that some district councillors had little or no time for the new town council.
    • It said the councillor was not seeking to mislead other members or act in a devious manner.
    • Since he first went on the council he had worked with many councilors of different political persuasions and he had to say he got on with all of them.
    • The council officers and the planning councillors are to be congratulated on it.
    • Many councillors work long hours and may spend twenty hours or more a week on council duties.
    • Municipal councilors, government employees and the general public then paraded around town to welcome in the Thai New Year.
    • In order to affect city government one had to persuade powerful city councilors who headed up committees.
    • The allegation later turned out to be manufactured by members of the city councilor's staff.
    • So we put in for a national deal and now the same councillors are saying it has to be done locally.
    • Each one is made up of a committee of councillors from the wards in that area.
    • Cooperation is requested from all councilors for the final council resolution.
    • Tenants will sit side by side with councillors and independent members on the boards.
    • If the member wants to do that, he can go and see the councillors and have a chat to them.
    • Over half the elected councillors are new to the county council and can lead a fresh start.
    • Parents have got to get together and turn our fire on the councillors and the employers.
    • We are asking for support from the public and local councilors to oppose the cuts.
    • If this were to be carried out for all councillors, then our council chambers would be empty.
    • Could it be that they have a councillor or senior council officer in their midst?
    • A councillor has donated a hand bell to a new town council in memory of his wife.
    • Therefore councillors get paid what government decrees and have no say in the matter.