German translation of 'spokesperson'
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A Gatwick spokesperson could not confirm whether the cautioned trio were allowed to fly.The Sun (2007)
A police spokesperson said: 'She is getting better and we have managed to speak to her.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
A spokesperson added: 'There do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances.The Sun (2014)
A spokesperson confirmed the news last night.The Sun (2016)
We are happy to clarify that the information published did not come from an official police spokesperson.The Sun (2013)
The person becomes both a spokesperson and a symbol of safety.Christianity Today (2000)
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'spokesperson' in Other Languages
British English: spokesperson /ˈspəʊksˌpɜːsən/ NOUN
A spokesperson is a person who speaks as the representative of a group or organization.
...a government spokesperson.
- American English: spokesperson
- Arabic: ...مُتَحدِّثٌ بِاسْمِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: porta-voz
- Chinese: 发言人
- Croatian: osoba zadužena za odnose s javnošću
- Czech: mluvčí
- Danish: talsmand
- Dutch: woordvoerder
- European Spanish: portavoz persona
- Finnish: edustaja
- French: porte-parole
- German: Sprecher
- Greek: εκπρόσωπος
- Italian: portavoce
- Japanese: スポークスパーソン
- Korean: 대변인
- Norwegian: talsperson
- Polish: rzecznik
- European Portuguese: porta-voz
- Romanian: purtător de cuvânt
- Russian: представитель
- Spanish: portavoz
- Swedish: talesman
- Thai: โฆษก โฆษก
- Turkish: sözcü
- Ukrainian: представник
- Vietnamese: người phát ngôn
Translation of spokesperson from the Collins English to German Dictionary