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consulta  

      sf  
1    (=pregunta)   enquiry  
para cualquier consulta, llamen a partir de las cinco      if you have any enquiries, please call after five o'clock  
hice una consulta telefónica al banco      I telephoned the bank to make an enquiry  
¿le puedo hacer una consulta?      can I ask you something?  
servicio de consulta      enquiry service  
  consulta de saldo   statement request  
    biblioteca       1  
    libro       1  
    obra       2.2  
2      (Med)   (=visita)   consultation  
(=local)  
surgery, consulting room, office   (EEUU)     
horas de consulta u horario de consulta      surgery hours  
el pediatra pasa consulta a las tres      the paediatrician has a surgery o sees patients at three  
el doctor no pasa consulta a domicilio      the doctor does not make home visits  
3      (Pol)   (=referéndum)   referendum  
   consulta electoral          elections    pl     
  consulta popular   referendum, plebiscite
4    consultas   (=negociaciones)  
se llegó a un acuerdo tras intensas consultas      an agreement was reached after intense negotiations  
ronda o rueda de consultas      round of talks  
5      (Jur)   review
6      (Inform)   enquiry
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
nf.
query
[INFO]
nf.
inquiry
[BIZ]
nf.
reference book
nf.
joint consultation
[BIZ]
exp.
enquiry service
exp.
a reference book
nf.
polling station
nm.
voting population
exp.
voting power
exp.
electoral procedure
exp.
the electoral procedure
exp.
the campaign machine
exp.
can I ask you something?
exp.
look the word up in the dictionary
exp.
I telephoned the bank to make an enquiry
exp.
registration on the electoral roll
exp.
to register o.s. on the electoral roll
exp.
the break-up of the electoral coalition
exp.
a clean election campaign
exp.
the electoral race has begun
exp.
observers to monitor the electoral process
exp.
consultation by appointment
exp.
the paediatrician has a surgery {o} sees patients at three
exp.
the doctor does not make home visits
exp.
they have used fear as an electoral weapon
exp.
the climax of the electoral campaign
exp.
the culminating moment of the electoral campaign
exp.
the increased popularity {o} the rise in popularity of the neo-fascists is giving cause for concern
exp.
surgery hours
exp.
the final rally of the electoral campaign
exp.
the electoral machine is now in full swing

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