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miembro de número

English translation: full member


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06:56 Apr 7, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: miembro de número
A Colombian attorney is a "miembro de número de la Asociación de Humanistas Rosaristas." Is this a "registered member," "founding member," "voting member," or something else?
Lee Penya
English translation:full member
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naregular or titular member
nafull memberwendy griswold



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full member

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    Glosario Internacional Para el Traductor, Mariana Orellana
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regular or titular member

Strictly speaking the term applies to groups with a limited number of members (Academies, Foundations, Honour Societies, etc.) in which the death, resignation or ouster of one demands a replacement.

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