Translation of official in Spanish:

official

oficial, adj.

Pronunciation /əˈfɪʃ(ə)l//əˈfɪʃəl/

adjective

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    (version/language/document/title) oficial
    on an official visit en visita oficial
    • the election will be in March and that's official las elecciones serán en marzo: está confirmado
    • The new name and logo will become official with new bylaws when they pass.
    • The opinions contained are those of the authors, and no official endorsement is intended or should be inferred.
    • The statement is representative of much of the official rhetoric employed by the regime to engender support.
    • Spanish and Quechua are both recognized as official languages in Peru.
    • Judge King from the city courts has granted this and it is now official.
    • Chadi says he still has not been approved as an official candidate.
    • Though official figures are difficult to come by, reports estimate that at least 200 people were killed.
    • For the first time emails were produced as official documents in a public inquiry.
    • A Garda spokesman could not provide official figures for seizures over the last 18 months.
    • The official figures count as employed anyone who works one hour in the surveyed week of the month.
    • Whatever happens, few members of the public accept the official line that the case is criminal and not politically motivated.
    • Both authors agree that the official account of the King's death and the arrangements for his burial raise difficulties.
    • The most recent official unemployment statistic from China is only 4 percent.
    • We have been waiting for quite a while for this but it is now official.
    • Deference to the Dutch referendum on Wednesday meant that official responses to last night's extraordinary result were muted.
    • Yet, even though official statistics reveal this abysmal state of affairs, what is the Government's response?
    • Simple lack of official records of intelligence activities on both sides was another factor.
    • Parents are being urged to ensure their children obtain official authorisation if they need to be out of school for any reason.
    • It is inconceivable, however, that the raids would have gone ahead without official authorisation.
    • As the spokesman admitted, there is an official ban on such activities, of which all scientists involved would have been well aware.

noun

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    government official funcionario del Estado masculine
    • party/union official dirigente (del partido/sindicato)
    • Russian/EU officials funcionarios rusos/de la UE