Translation of traffic warden in Spanish:

traffic warden


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    (in UK)
    persona que controla el estacionamiento de vehículos en las ciudades
    • A traffic warden gave him a ticket when he parked there himself.
    • He said there was no problem while a traffic warden made regular patrols, but he had not seen one since Christmas.
    • But then came the traffic warden who, like the child who always has to spoil things, slapped a ticket on the ‘waiting’ car.
    • They count a chef, a traffic warden, a prison custody officer and a bank clerk among their number.
    • Residents awoke on Bank Holiday Monday morning to discover the traffic warden had gone down the street, before 9am, issuing the tickets.
    • She said she thought the traffic warden was picking on her because she appeared able but had parked where only disabled permit-holders were allowed.
    • But when he went back to his van, he found a traffic warden had handed him a £30 ticket for parking illegally in the street.
    • Great I thought - that will please the traffic warden.
    • On arrival my Dad struggled to explain to a traffic warden that he did have to park here thank you, and that hundreds of other parents would be doing so imminently.
    • But a traffic warden, randomly checking roads in Chessington on Good Friday, slapped four tickets on to cars belonging to residents.
    • The traffic warden was hardly ever here but if he's not here at all it will be ridiculous.
    • I parked illegally and asked a traffic warden on patrol if I could leave it there for a couple of minutes.
    • I noticed a traffic warden booking a car for parking illegally in a disabled parking bay.
    • In the Kennet district the traffic warden is employed by the police but under a contract with Kennet which pays the costs of the service.
    • There was an altercation outside between a fellow who had parked illegally and a traffic warden.
    • The traffic warden was still there chatting to someone parked in the loading only bay.
    • I'd parked on Saville Street, in Malton, and had completely forgotten I was interviewing a traffic warden later that day.
    • A traffic warden's job is, after all, a vital one.
    • An amateur snapper couldn't believe his eyes when he spotted a traffic warden parking on double yellow lines to issue a ticket.
    • There is even a traffic warden controlled area where pupils who do not park their tricycles and other play vehicles properly get parking tickets.