el edil, la edilamasculine or feminine noun
1. (politics)masculine or feminine noun
a. council member (United States)
Antes de ser senadora, Robinson fue edil en su ciudad.Before becoming a senator, Robinson was a council member in her town.
b. councilor (United States)
Dos ediles se presentarán a la reelección en junio.Two councilors are seeking reelection in June.
c. councilman (masculine) (United States)
Tres ediles de la oposición votaron en contra del proyecto.Three councilmen from the opposition party voted against the project.
d. councilwoman (feminine) (United States)
Hay una edil que presentó una propuesta para abolir los coches en el centro.There's a councilwoman who has put forward a proposal for banning cars from downtown.
e. councillor (United Kingdom)
Muchos políticos inician sus carreras como ediles.Many politicians start their careers as councillors.
f. town councillor (United Kingdom)
Cinco ediles fueron acusados de corrupción por la cámara de empresarios local.Five town councillors were accused of corruption by the local business chamber.
Cicerón fue edil en el 69 a.C.Cicero was an aedile in 69 BC.
a. (town) councilor
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