Translation of membership in Spanish:

membership

Pronunciation /ˈmɛmbəʃɪp//ˈmɛmbərˌʃɪp/

noun

  • 1

    (being a member)
    membership of the club is restricted to residents solo los residentes pueden hacerse socios del club
    • to apply for membership solicitar el ingreso / la admisión en un club ( / partido etc.)
    • she gave up her party membership dejó de pertenecer al partido
    • membership of or (US also) in the EU has brought many benefits el pertenecer a la UE ha reportado muchos beneficios
    • before noun membership fee(s) cuota (de socio)
    • membership list lista de socios (or afiliados etc.)
    • So I now have my Discordian and Subgenius membership cards permanently in my wallet.
    • If you do not have the new plastic bar-coded membership card please come in and sign up.
    • I've met many of these, and believe me you wouldn't like to earn your gold membership card here.
    • The scheme could be a one-off pledge or renewable annually as a type of debenture or membership fee.
    • There will new membership and VIP cards so existing holders will need to reapply.
    • They had very strict definitions of membership and rigorous membership tests.
    • What makes them so susceptible to membership cards and the illusion of influence?
    • All borrowers need to do is have their membership number to hand, ready to enter using the phone keys.
    • As the playing season is starting earlier this season membership fees are now due.
    • I take out my wallet and rifle through my collection of passes and membership cards.
    • I'll hand in my membership card and become a monk, take the vow and never return.
    • In fact, once you receive our membership kit you never hear from us again.
    • On the upside, the Olympiad still retains relatively healthy membership figures.
    • Despite the fact that we have paid the subscription for this month, we were advised that we are unable to use our memberships without valid cards.
    • Then there are the ones you have to pay for, but get great value for your membership dollar.
    • The only income that the club has enjoyed in the past has been confined to ticket money and membership sales.
    • They do not carry membership cards, they have not taken any oath of allegiance.
    • Female membership was, in fact, approved at the club's annual meeting in February.
    • However, she will only have membership rights if she applied for them separately.
    • The division offers memberships for students and for foreign affiliates, as well as for full members.
  • 2

    (members)
    socios masculine
    afiliados masculine
    (number of members) número de socios masculine
    (number of members) número de afiliados masculine
    the entire membership voted against todos los afiliados votaron en contra
    • the society has a membership of 2,000 la sociedad tiene una membresía de más de 2.000
    • During his time there the church membership grew from thirty-eight to well over a hundred.
    • The current position with both of the bowls clubs is the membership is in decline.
    • At the moment the club boasts a membership of an excess of twelve hundred members.
    • Asked why she faced being deselected, he said she had lost the support of the body of the membership.
    • These standing committees had a fluctuating membership and no subject specialism.
    • Mr Sharpe said it was not fair to the membership of the society as a whole to subsidise a loss-making branch.
    • If the employers are now digging their heels in then we need action involving all the membership.
    • They are responsive to the general public rather than responsible to a membership.
    • There are many things which a greater membership could help us to achieve.
    • But, like many clubs in the area, they have not been able to have a full membership.
    • Any authority it had flowed from the membership of states, not directly from the people.
    • He said the motion's wording had not been completed and was due to be discussed by the membership.
    • The Trust is now in the process of electing a board of governors, who will be drawn from the membership.
    • Now the membership is up in the thousands and we need the staff's help to identify the people.
    • It is time for the membership to have their say and it appears there are opinions both ways.
    • He also thanked the membership for supporting the numerous events that the society had organised.
    • The rules and regulations of a club membership are something you are either built to fit in with or take flight from.
    • How much is a membership in the Institute of Advanced Drivers worth in terms of being a safer driver?
    • Word is that the membership is not impressed by the present leaders of the grouping.
    • Promoters were boasting a membership of more than 700 even before the concrete was dry.