Translation of proprietor in Spanish:


propietario, n.

Pronunciation /prəˈprʌɪətə//p(r)əˈpraɪədər/


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    propietario masculine
    propietaria feminine
    dueño masculine
    dueña feminine
    • Its proprietors have managed to fashion a sow's ear out of a silk purse.
    • Food preparation areas were kept clean but it was the surrounding areas that some restaurant and cafe proprietors overlooked.
    • Talk about insurance with the proprietors of businesses similar to yours.
    • When Dennis died in 1971 Mary became the sole proprietor.
    • I crossed to the bar and asked the proprietor about the room.
    • Each year, thousands of sole proprietors double the size of their businesses by hiring their first employee.
    • If her bid stands, she could become the sole proprietor of the hotel.
    • Unlike census officials, newspaper proprietors have a keen interest in counting the newspapers and the takings.
    • We thank the proprietors of all the venues, whose hospitality and generosity have helped swell the coffers.
    • They heard his cheerful voice coming from within as he hailed the proprietor of the establishment.
    • The partners agreed to share the name, but to be sole proprietor of their own stores.
    • Has he told the new proprietors how he intends to spend their money?
    • Most include third party coverage - for example, if a customer sues the proprietor of a retail store.
    • There are three main reasons why the same media proprietors still hold the power.
    • The proprietor of the store placed a " Good manners welcomed here " sign on the door.
    • In unison, we asked the proprietor how he ended up so far from his homeland.
    • And so Harry became the new proprietor of the company.
    • Condolences go to the proprietors of the shop who have worked so hard to make a success of it.
    • And frankly, that's what the media proprietors have been saying for some time.