Translation of postmaster in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈpəʊs(t)mɑːstə//ˈpoʊs(t)ˌmæstər/


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    jefe de la oficina de correos masculine
    jefe de la sucursal de correos masculine
    • More importantly, most of the postmasters running Britain's post offices are entrepreneurs - not bureaucrats.
    • The postmaster said the mail-carrier would come by in an hour to take the mail on to Summit.
    • The recommendation to close the post offices was made after postmasters were offered early retirement packages.
    • He and other postmasters today criticised the Post Office, saying they did not feel the organisation was protecting them properly.
    • The dispute has escalated over the past two weeks since the rural postmasters have stopped postmen and women using their premises to sort post on Mondays and Fridays.
    • The postmaster of a Bradford post office earmarked for closure blames a loss of trade on child benefits being paid into banks.
    • The postmen back the postmasters 110%, he said.
    • The report suggests a buy-out scheme for postmasters and postmistresses who would then have the option of becoming agents.
    • Until the Post Office realise that they are underpaying their postmasters, they are going to lose them.
    • The postmaster fears rural post offices like Sherston and Hullavington will close without the income received through benefit transactions.
    • For years now, postmasters and postmistresses have been sorting post, something that we were never meant to be doing.
    • The Church hopes that providing rent-free or subsidised facilities will cut the overheads of running a rural post office and persuade the Post Office to replace postmasters.
    • It should be noted that postmasters are not employed by the post office they are paid for each transaction they perform.
    • A lot of postmasters and postmistresses are living in fear due to the recent spate of robberies.
    • The postmaster at Thackley Post Office said they were treating the closure as a business decision but would not make any further
    • Rural postmasters and postmistresses are to be given a share of £66m to encourage them not to close thousands of offices that are vital to elderly and isolated people.
    • She is the postmaster of the sub-post office where the postal orders were cashed.
    • Will postmasters and postmistresses who see their profitability falling risk borrowing more money - if they even can - to expand the goods and services available in their post offices?
    • In response to the spate of armed robberies, the Post Office told postmasters and postmistresses warning them to be extra vigilant.
    • Her father was the postmaster at Newbridge Post Office, following a career in the British army.