Translation of functionary in Spanish:


funcionario, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfəŋ(k)ʃəˌnɛri//ˈfʌn(k)ʃ(ə)n(ə)ri/

nounPlural functionaries

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    funcionario masculine
    funcionaria feminine
    • But they should abandon the illusion that the news manager can be dropped as an official functionary.
    • The first generation of African universities thus focused on producing functionaries for the civil service.
    • Most parishioners, even the most ignorant, regarded the priest as a church functionary, someone who performed necessary services, rather than as a spiritual guide.
    • It is doubtful whether the functionaries of the Maharashtra government have read it either.
    • Tax-dodging tycoons have also angered regular folk who are already fed up with rampant graft that has put many a government functionary behind the wheel of a fancy car.
    • The leaders have said that due the withdrawal of the security of many party workers and functionaries, the government has put them in a grave risk.
    • How to handle a gigantic society with a relatively small government poses a challenge to all public functionaries.
    • For doing all such activities and acting as an important functionary for the government, the monthly wages being paid to him are too meager to be taken into consideration.
    • This is necessary to sensitise other organisations, scientists and government functionaries as well.
    • So, there is a need to train both the government officials and functionaries of agencies, which take up watershed projects.
    • Training and building capacities of government functionaries, for instance, is essential.
    • The State Election Commission sources say political functionaries are allowed to use Government cars only for official work.
    • It was a rare come-together of advocates, judges, party functionaries, officials and the people.
    • The next predictable step was to appoint from among the clan a functionary whose duty was to report on clan members who committed offences against national law.
    • His experience as a legal clerk was to give him a consistent antipathy to the servants, functionaries, officials, and practitioners of the English Law.
    • The court also requires a court clerk and a number of functionaries officially called peace officers.
    • The theft is mired in the network of corrupt ministers and other functionaries appointed by US officials.
    • Democratic republics can no more dispense with national idols than monarchies with public functionaries.
    • One sunny afternoon last month I sat drinking a glass of tea in the office of a functionary in Mus, a market town in eastern Anatolia known for producing sugar beets, tobacco and violence.
    • Various functionaries of the government are duly authorised and empowered to settle cases within the powers delegated to them.