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director

, a  
a       adj  
[consejo, junta]  
governing  
[principio]  
guiding
b       sm/f  
1    (=responsable)   [+de centro escolar]   headteacher, headmaster/headmistress, principal  
[+de periódico, revista]  
editor,   (Cine, TV)   director  
[+de orquesta]  
conductor  
[+de hospital]  
manager, administrator  
[+de prisión]  
governor, warden   (EEUU)     
  director(a) artístico/a   artistic director  
   director(a) de cine          film director  
  director(a) de coro   choirmaster  
  director(a) de departamento     (Univ)   head of department  
  director(a) de escena   stage manager  
  director(a) de funeraria   undertaker, funeral director, mortician   (EEUU)     
  director(a) de interiores     (TV)   studio director  
  director(a) de orquesta   orchestra conductor  
  director(a) de tesis   thesis supervisor, research supervisor
2      (Com)   (=gerente)   manager  ,   (de mayor responsabilidad)    director
  director(a) adjunto/a   assistant manager  
  director(a) de empresa   company director  
  director(a) de exportación   export manager  
  director(a) de finanzas   financial director  
  director(a) de sucursal   branch manager  
  director(a) ejecutivo/a   executive director, managing director  
  director(a) general   general manager  
  director(a) gerente   managing director  
  director(a) técnico/a   technical manager
c       sm     (Rel)  
  director espiritual   spiritual director
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
assistant director
exp.
record holder
exp.
cup holder
exp.
champion
exp.
market researcher
exp.
to go and get
exp.
cheapo
exp.
cheap
exp.
every single moment
exp.
to go into reverse
[Fig.]
exp.
to reverse
exp.
assistant lecturer
exp.
supply teacher
exp.
substitute teacher
exp.
bookmaker
exp.
all the time
exp.
to have a nerve
exp.
have a cheek
exp.
to be really touchy
exp.
to take a chance
[Latam] Cono Sur
exp.
to be a live wire
exp.
to take sth the wrong way
exp.
to come for sb/sth
exp.
we went across country
exp.
to resist temptation
exp.
to be used {o} accustomed to doing sth
exp.
be in the habit of doing sth
exp.
watercolourist
exp.
watercolorist
exp.
I can't cope {o} keep up (with)
[Fig.]
v.
be liable to prosecution
[Leg.]
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