Translation of pol in Spanish:

pol

político, n.

Pronunciation /pɑl//pɔl//pɒl/

noun

US
informal

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    político masculine
    política feminine
    politicucho masculine informal derogatory
    politicucha feminine informal derogatory
    • Most of the skill sets that pols employ were foreign to our soon-to-be ex-governor.
    • One of the first things a prosecutor does in a plea negotiation with a crooked pol is try to force the pol to resign his or her office.
    • The pols essentially become commodities whose futures one can bet on.
    • He was at once a Queens pol and yet the most patrician figure in American politics.
    • Most of the pols who run as democrats actually vote as republicans.
    • The company owners, though, became big political givers to city pols, enabling them to maintain their cushy monopolies until now.
    • To determine which places are tops, we'll ask political consultants, reporters, editors and pols.
    • At the same time, even the most partisan pols also realise that public speculation about the merits or otherwise of the prospective candidates detracts from them all.
    • Skeptics say the genial chief executive is just a well-connected corporate diplomat, a schmoozy pol in pinstripes.
    • Other Democratic pols had harsher advice: no more Mr. Nice Guy.
    • But there are a number of different criminal investigations now underway connected to Republican pols in different parts of the country.
    • Though Kennedy is a proven statewide vote-getter, most Democratic pols believe John will ultimately prevail.
    • Here's hoping that many other lefty pundits and pols will follow in her footsteps.
    • At the time, local pols viewed her as a long shot.
    • But free trade also comes with a significant upside for our country, an upside most Democratic pols would rather not discuss today.
    • Because courage is not a trait often seen in politics, it is no wonder that so many pols would only view the legal challenge in purely political terms.
    • He's being joined by the usual suspects in Congress - the party-line pols who used to loathe the very idea of an independent counsel.
    • Let me explain a reality of politics: most pols don't think six weeks ahead.
    • Though the incumbent is favored, most local pols think it could be a close finish.
    • It could be amusing if the pols posted unblushing, unedited diaries of what they were really thinking, as real bloggers do.