Translation of inspector in Spanish:


inspector, n.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈspɛktər//ɪnˈspɛktə/


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    (appointed official, in UK)
    inspector masculine
    inspectora feminine
    (of school, factory, restaurant) inspector masculine
    (of school, factory, restaurant) inspectora feminine
    ticket inspector inspectora feminine
    • (in UK) Inspector of Taxes inspectora de Hacienda (/ de la Dirección General Impositiva etc. )
    • I had a close friend who was a police inspector in Manchester, another who was with the dog unit in Merseyside.
    • Senior police inspectors come and hug him affectionately all along the route.
    • A police inspector had heard shouting, slaps and yelps through an open window and found the injured dog in bloody sheets of newspaper inside the house.
    • In 1853 he joined the Victoria police and served as inspector and superintendent in various goldfield towns.
    • Following the stories and letters in the Citizen regarding taxis using bus lanes I have met with a police inspector and the truth appears to be emerging.
    • He claimed that a police inspector who arrived at the scene made racist remarks about the victim.
    • The problem was that she was the wife of a police inspector.
    • More than a third of police inspectors are performing high-risk roles with no training for the job, a survey has revealed.
    • An inspector and several other police officers get out and stand in the middle of the road.
    • ‘One of the prints we have found is yours,’ a Strathclyde Police detective inspector told her.
    • A police inspector standing nearby saw what was happening but did not intervene to help the plaintiff restrain the prisoner.
    • A police inspector was arrested while on duty for alleged drink driving, a court heard.
    • The BJP government took direct control of the postings and transfer of police inspectors.
    • Mrs King is being supported by her husband Simon, a police inspector with Wiltshire Constabulary, who is also a seasoned runner.
    • The police inspector in charge of the operation owned up that his job was to calculate the number of officers used according to the rates set by the government.
    • It's hard for me to imagine such a person holding a job as a cashier, much less a police inspector.
    • The inspector at Melksham police station is to move on after nearly two years in the role.
    • Back in the police station, the inspector slapped Baig many times and pushed him around.
    • The Kanagawa police inspectors were there as Frankie Furukawa entered the room.
    • The next day a police inspector interrupted his speech to inform him that he was contravening a by-law by speaking in the square.
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    (police officer)
    inspector (de policía) masculine
    inspectora (de policía) feminine