Translation of honorary in Spanish:


honorario, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈɒn(ə)(rə)ri//ˈɑnəˌrɛri/


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    (secretary/consul/degree/member) honorario
    she was given an honorary doctorate le concedieron un doctorado honoris causa
    • Rempel headed the board for 16 years and then became an honorary member for life.
    • In 1993, the University of Natal conferred an honorary doctorate on him for his services to environmental conservation.
    • His chief love was fishing, and although he gave up active angling when he was about 80 he remained an honorary member of Keighley Angling Club.
    • Professor Sir Harry Kroto, Nobel Laureate and honorary fellow of the university, will lead the congratulations in a keynote speech.
    • The other honour that gave him particular pleasure was his honorary doctorate from Melbourne University.
    • Dublin and St Andrews honoured Conway with honorary degrees in 1938.
    • He was awarded an honorary doctorate by Maynooth University in 1995 for his outstanding contribution to the Catholic Church in Ireland.
    • He was subsequently invited to become the country's honorary consul in Sheffield, where there is a large Polish community.
    • Broadcaster, author and lecturer PJ Curtis was also conferred with an honorary MA at Tuesday's ceremony.
    • Those who become involved will become honorary members of the Inch Polo Club and its facilities will be available to the members throughout the festival.
    • The University of Bolton has announced its first honorary fellows.
    • He was also elected to honorary positions such as honorary president of the Janos Bolyai Mathematical Society and the John von Neumann Society for Computer Science.
    • Mr Prodi will be conferred with an honorary doctorate at a special ceremony in the University of Limerick in the afternoon.
    • Concert pianist Marcel Zidani, an honorary member of the trust, who lives in Honeybourne, will play a composition he has written himself, at All Saints Church.
    • She was a council member and honorary secretary of the Scottish Radiological Society.
    • The man who led Russia through the most difficult days of his country's shift to democracy, will also be conferred with an honorary degree during his two-day trip.
    • Oscar-winning composer John Barry has picked up another award - an honorary doctorate from the university in his home city of York.
    • Her accomplishments have led twenty-three universities to confer on her honorary doctorate degrees.
    • Among many other honours, we should mention that he received honorary doctorates from the universities of Athens and Tel Aviv.
    • Here his interest in sports medicine started and in 1965 he became honorary medical officer to Cardiff City Football Club.
    • Rudin has received many honours for her work, including at least four honorary doctorates, and will continue to receive further awards.
    • She retired from politics in 1989 with 28 honorary doctorates and two nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize.
    • For some inexplicable reason the former was made an honorary member.
    • The writer is honorary senior research fellow in sociology and modern Korea at Leeds University.
    • He was urological consultant to the army and honorary consulting urologist at the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, from 1951 to 1975.
    • In recognition of his achievements, he is honorary member of about 30 clubs worldwide.
    • At the University's fall convocation on October 25, honorary degrees will be conferred on five distinguished scholars.
    • He felt that it was time to consult honorary representatives to ensure that things were improving and to obtain their feedback and suggestions for additional enhancements.
    • In the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists she was a member of council, a vice president, a member of the court of patrons, and an honorary fellow.
    • He was honorary consultant to the army and to St Thomas's Hospital.
    • Seasoned journalists still remember her calling in for a drink as an honorary member of the Manchester Press Club, in Deansgate, in 1977.
    • He is also an honorary member of the Bowling Association.
    • Last July, he was named an honorary fellow of UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, for his work in helping the world's most vulnerable children.
    • His first official honorary consultant post came in 1946 when he was appointed to the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.
    • The UK ambassador to Thailand will represent Britain at commemorative events on Phi Phi island and Britain's honorary consul is attending a ceremony on Phuket.
    • Mysore University had conferred an honorary doctorate on him.
    • Furthermore, he received an honorary doctorate from the Royal College of Art in London in 1989.
    • In 2002 they led a spectacular parade through Skipton when Craven District Council conferred honorary citizenship of the district upon the regiment.
    • Consultants with honorary contracts, who are almost exclusively those with academic posts, were much more likely than others to hold awards at all levels.
    • In York it had been found impossible to found a branch of the Royal Society, owing to the lack of a chairman and honorary secretary, although there were 150 members in the city.
    • Tony Thorpe, honorary secretary, said that it is a private members club with 150 members.
    • Sol is honorary consul for Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
    • Derek Hall, ex-chairman of the college corporation board was made an honorary Fellow of the College.
    • As a result of all his services to Australian philosophy he was made an honorary fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
    • Professor Foster was conferred with an honorary DLit degree by Queen's University Belfast in 1998.
    • The club's honorary secretary Ian Gair said members were happy and relieved by the planning committee's decision, but he acknowledged there were still hurdles to clear.
    • He became professor of surgery and honorary consultant surgeon in Bristol in 1988.
    • ‘No one could ever have imagined this horror,’ says Mike Wilson, Britain's first honorary consul on the island.
    • Baroness Thatcher is currently a member of the House of Lords and an honorary fellow at the Hoover Institution.
    • I met him often when I was honorary publicity officer for the Bradford branch of the Royal Life Saving Society.
    • She was appointed lecturer and honorary consultant physician at the Hammersmith Hospital and Postgraduate Medical School when she was still only 30.
    • During his visit to Ireland, Peck was conferred with an honorary doctorate in literature by the National University of Ireland in April 2000.
    • Booker was recognized for her work as honorary consul and her efforts at promoting Australian Aboriginal art.
    • Soon after his return, he became an honorary member of the board of directors of the Dusseldorf Zoological Garden.
    • I felt immediately that the role of honorary consul was one I could play with conviction and competence.
    • He was given the title of honorary physician to the Queen in 1967 for his public health work in Lancashire and for advising the Ministry of Health.
    • On retirement he worked assiduously as honorary consultant in chemotherapy and cancer care at the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary.
    • Hers is among 21 honorary awards being conferred this year at Sheffield Hallam University's graduation ceremonies.
    • Two Oxford academics have been elected honorary members of the American Academy of the Arts and Sciences.
    • In 1959 she formally retired from Wheaton College and the following year the College honoured her with the award of an honorary Doctorate of Science.