Translation of signatory in Spanish:

signatory

firmante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɪɡnəˌtɔri//ˈsɪɡnət(ə)ri/

noun

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    firmante feminine
    signatario masculine formal
    signataria feminine formal
    the signatories to the agreement los signatarios del acuerdo formal
    • Australia was a signatory to the original agreement and has taken an active role in negotiations since that time.
    • Trade sanctions provide a means of encouraging participation in agreements and penalizing signatories that step out of line.
    • Treaty signatories also undertake not to dump or allow other states to dump radioactive materials or wastes in the zone of coverage.
    • India has refused to be a signatory to the agreements, calling them discriminatory.
    • Wilson was to become a signatory of the Declaration of Independence and one of the finest legal minds in the new Republic.
    • Many of the original mesmerists were signatories to the first declarations proclaiming the French revolution in 1789.
    • In our programs, an explicit contract is signed, and we are always a signatory.
    • The Contract was simple, clear, and its signatories promised to abide by its terms regardless of who controlled Congress.
    • Counsel advised that not all of the defendants are signatories to the agreement.
    • In return, the 182 non-nuclear armed signatories to the treaty pledged to never acquire nuclear arms.
    • Who among the list of signatories will be responsible for implementing your strategy?
    • Almost all the signatories to the treaty are going to miss their targets.
    • All the signatory countries will have to abide by the rules.
    • The signatories committed themselves to taking ‘necessary action’ to aid any member facing attack.
    • The agreement also required the signatories to establish a joint team to monitor the pond preservation and recovery program.
    • With 141 countries ratified, and another nine as signatories to the treaty, great progress has been made.
    • Another key to successful agreements and treaties is the capacity of signatories to meet the terms of the agreement.
    • The three countries are signatories to an international treaty to protect refugees and have a duty to live up to it, she said.
    • Killing, harming or trading in the animal is illegal worldwide, with more than 160 countries being signatories to the treaty.
    • Discussions in London this week could end up with signatories committing themselves to a new measures to ensure that ships entering ports are safe.

adjective

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    firmante
    signatario formal