Translation of subcommittee in Spanish:


subcomité, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsʌbkəmɪti//ˈsəbkəˌmɪdi/


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    subcomité masculine
    subcomisión feminine
    to set up a subcommittee crear un subcomité
    • Dr Carson was now head of one of the Party's most important subcommittees - the Finance Committee.
    • She served on board subcommittees for finance and public policy and chaired the Ethics Subcommittee.
    • To be adopted, a reform must make it past subcommittees, full committees, and floor votes in two houses (not to mention filibusters, holds, and other obstacles), and the executive must sign it.
    • The subcommittee will report its findings to the Board at its October meeting.
    • It is a chart of the 88 committees and subcommittees that claim some kind of jurisdiction over the homeland defense duties that would be included in this new department.
    • However I'm sure that there have been many people involved - various committees and subcommittees as well as staff who have all played a part in getting the club to the position it enjoys today!
    • Eighty-eight Congressional committees and subcommittees oversee the components of the new department, and the turf wars will be fierce.
    • United Kingdom committees usually report directly to the trust board, or are a subcommittee of another hospital committee.
    • Some FDA-regulated companies have board subcommittees with responsibility for regulatory oversight.
    • They have established subcommittees of the board relating to issues such as education and training, risk management, and audit.
    • There's a dozen subcommittees and committees in Congress getting ready to hold hearings, investigations.
    • At least 80 committees and subcommittees are responsible for oversight of our national security.
    • In the US, a Congressional subcommittee grilled airline representatives and regulators about the issue last month.
    • At this morning's meeting back at the White House, key Democrats promised help selling the plan in a Congress where 88 committees and subcommittees now have at least some say in homeland security.
    • Applications should be reviewed promptly by members of the executive subcommittee and a reply sent to the researcher.
    • There is, I understand, a provision for delegation to a subcommittee of the management committee.
    • She thanked all the subcommittees for their help, especially the social committee who had provided the refreshments for the awards night and the graduation night.
    • A number of subcommittees have now reported back and their findings will be relayed to the government next month.
    • He's a member of the subcommittee on Intellectual Property and the Internet.
    • Committee A has authorized a subcommittee to prepare a report on this matter.