Translation of mayoralty in Spanish:

mayoralty

alcaldía, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈmeɪərəlti//ˈmɛːr(ə)lti/

noun

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    (post) alcaldía feminine
    (post) intendencia feminine River Plate
    (period of office) mandato como alcalde masculine
    (period of office) intendencia feminine River Plate
    • If none of the councillors win the mayoralty then three will go.
    • The public input portion of Monday's debate kicked off with criticism from two failed mayoralty candidates who ran for office in November's election.
    • They would all willingly forfeit any hope to win the mayoralty rather than make such a class appeal.
    • Throwing him out of the party tore London Labour apart, cost us the mayoralty and on the positive side, showed what the limits were for the left.
    • This battle between mayoralty and state legislature would rise again as future Irish mayors struggled to affirm their power as Boston's chief executive.
    • The current proposal is for a dedicated tax to be added to the already-bloated cost of London's mayoralty.
    • He purchased entrance to the franchise in 1350, at the beginning of Robert's first mayoralty.
    • The Taipei mayoralty has always been a springboard for higher political office.
    • In 1936, Wick mounted an odd campaign for Portland's mayoralty.
    • Positions such as mayoralties are not the property of certain parties to be carved up between them; they're the property of the people.
    • The city added 430,000 new jobs during his mayoralty - Gotham's greatest job growth ever.
    • He wanted the newly powerful mayoralty that Fitzgerald had.
    • His deeper political reason for calling lay in his design to become a candidate for the mayoralty position in Oakland, California.
    • While they guarantee all of the top jobs - including the mayoralty - to members of certain political parties, equally they deny others the signal honour of wearing the chain of office.
    • Under the amendment, the 309 mayoralties of townships and county municipalities would become appointed positions and part of the bureaucracy under county and provincial municipal governments.
    • For one thing, those close to him insist he wants no part of Toronto's mayoralty.