Translation of inaugural in Spanish:


inaugural, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪˈnɔːɡjʊr(ə)l//ɪnˈɔɡ(j)ərəl/


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    (speech/lecture) inaugural
    (lecture/speech) de apertura
    (meeting/flight) inaugural
    • Today in Britain there is the inaugural meeting of Labour parliamentarians against the war.
    • He now faces a new challenge of explaining his vision to the country and to the world in his second inaugural address.
    • But religion is a private matter, and thus not a fit subject for an inaugural address.
    • Bush's second inaugural address was devoted to the power of liberty and democracy.
    • The president's second inaugural speech obviously requires further discussion and analysis.
    • In his inaugural lecture, Milne again reviews his work, but adds two remarks of interest.
    • It was the best Democratic speech since FDR's first inaugural address.
    • The shortest inaugural address was given by George Washington at his second Inauguration, in 1793.
    • So, in his inaugural speech, the new president called for national unity.
    • My " inaugural lecture " was about U.S. political and cultural imperialism.
    • The first inaugural ball was held in 1809 following the inauguration of James Madison.
    • More than 50 people attended the inaugural meeting of the Richmond Field Naturalists last month.
    • The new venue's inaugural exhibitions are culled from the museum's permanent collection.
    • The formal inaugural ceremony at Nottingham will be held this July according to Yang.
    • Then he devoted his entire inaugural address to that subject.
    • Asia House will celebrate the opening of its new home and gallery with an inaugural exhibition.
    • The " five nos, " stated in his inaugural speech, remain unchanged.
    • After the inaugural address by E. Vasu, writer, the participants read out their short stories.
    • His first inaugural address was as much a " Freedom Speech " as was the second.
    • Madrid Mayor and ruling party bigwigs have consented to participate in the inaugural ceremony.
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    (of official)
    (speech) de toma de posesión
    (ceremony) de investidura


  • 1

    discurso inaugural masculine
    (in US) discurso (presidencial) de investidura masculine
    (in US) discurso (presidencial) de toma de posesión masculine
    • It was a departure from the usual - different from the usual clichéd inaugurals.
    • Two scholars count Garfield's inaugural as his only significant speech.
    • You helped draft President Clinton's second inaugural, is that right?
    • But most presidential inaugurals are not very good.
    • In President Bush's case, his first inaugural was well-written, but it didn't really say very much.
    • Another Republican president, in his second inaugural, talked of binding up the nation's wounds.
    • One criticism of the president's inaugural is that it was a nice speech, but that his credibility is zero: no one believes anything he says.
  • 2US

    toma de posesión feminine
    investidura feminine