Translation of guardian in Spanish:


tutor, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡɑrdiən//ˈɡɑːdɪən/


  • 1

    (of child)
    tutor masculine
    tutora feminine
    • You see, a good number of parents and guardians in this part of town just couldn't manage to get their kids to school on time (let alone feed them breakfast).
    • Corporal punishment of children occurs primarily during the education process or at the hands of parents or guardians.
    • Such procedural rights were extended only to parents, guardians and custodians.
    • Regulations 7 and 8 spell out an adoption agency's duties in respect of a child, his parents or guardian and prospective adopter.
    • Children go into care when their current parent or guardian is unable to look after them, or if the child's health, safety or well-being is at risk.
    • Parents or guardians for the children were responsible for completing the instrument.
    • Children have the right to live in a safe and secure environment and it is the responsibility of their parents and guardians to provide this environment.
    • Then the court will decide who must take care of minor children unless the parents have appointed a guardian.
    • Only parents, guardians or teachers of young people would be able to call in the police in this way, said a Conservative spokesman.
    • New clause 4A states that the child's parents and guardians should have the primary responsibility for the child's care.
    • As his parents and his legal guardians, we must stay in Australia to represent him in his case.
    • Orphans were placed under the protection of a guardian by means of action taken by a sanctuary.
    • No adult should be permitted to take a child from her parent or guardian, and then take away her nascent free will.
    • The freedom from coercion to have or to adopt a religion or belief and the liberty of parents and guardians to ensure religious and moral education cannot be restricted.
    • It is the responsibility of parents and guardians to control and monitor what their children view.
    • And as parents or guardians of young people it's important that we stay aware of what's happening out there, no matter how unsavoury.
    • If so the patient may be unable to instruct a solicitor and will require a guardian ad litem in any court proceedings.
    • The parents or guardians of such young mothers should also reflect upon their responsibilities towards their children and grandchildren.
    • Parents or guardians responded for children aged less than 13.
    • Family members are parents or guardians of children who attend the pre-school group.
  • 2

    defensor masculine
    defensora feminine
    custodio masculine
    custodia feminine
    guardian of sth defensor de algo
    • Contrary to popular belief, dragons were guardians and protectors, not rampaging monsters.
    • The film revolves round a martial arts master who comes to America in search of the next guardian who would protect the powerful scroll in his possession.
    • These publicity-seeking, self-appointed guardians of our morals have no right to dictate to us what we shall or shall not do.
    • And he's the guardian and protector of our barbecue, to make sure that everything is strictly kosher.
    • These are guardians, defending Buddhism from those that would harm it.
    • This judge has failed time and time again to properly apply the laws put in place by the people of Florida for the purpose of protecting Wards from unscrupulous guardians.
    • Instead of acting as guardians and protectors, those in power are posing serious threats to the safety and security of our country and its citizens.
    • And where are the guardians and protectors of all that is right and good in western medicine?
    • As self-appointed guardians of public sensibility, these organisations get to draw the line on what is acceptable.
    • Individual rights can be protected only by independent guardians operating in the public light.
    • When the putative guardians of public morality put the screws to crime and horror comics, distributors refused to put them on newsstands.
    • The guardians were the protectors of the living pharaoh.
    • Self-appointed guardians of orthodoxy in any number of faiths could use the legislation to harass dissidents within their own communities.
    • There are two strong guardians to protect against this: fear and shame.
    • Every 500 hundred years new guardians are chosen to protect Earth and it's people.
    • For centuries, despite forays into excesses and hypocrisy, the Church acted as a guardian of private and public morality.
    • They are the protectors and guardians of this land and they will prove great allies for us.
    • As grown-ups we are able to exercise choice. These self-appointed moral guardians seem to think they have the right to ban that choice.
    • There are eight guardians who protect these eight weapons, and they all must be defeated before ownership can be claimed.
    • Whenever these self-appointed guardians of alcoholic and architectural merit get involved, an elitist macho tone taints proceedings.