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She becomes a super efficient local councillor. The Sun (2017)Both parties are also fielding local councillors. Times, Sunday Times (2016) LOCAL councillors want Labour to be tougher on immigration. The Sun (2016)The local councillor has seen public services stretched by mass immigration. The Sun (2014)He said that he had already been in touch with some councillors and local members who had offered him their support. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He was also a local councillor. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The landlord was a local Conservative councillor. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He also allegedly hit a Conservative councillor and two young researchers who tried to intervene. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And yet two of its four members were FA councillors. The Sun (2011)Burnside City councillors in Adelaide are being escorted through council offices amid concerns over bullying. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He has now stepped down from the role of mayor after just over a month in office, but will continue as a Conservative councillor. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A former Conservative councillor who pretended to be a barrister to gain social status and well-paid jobs wept in court as she was spared jail. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'councillor'
British English: councillor /ˈkaʊnsələ/ NOUN
A councillor is a member of a local council.
- American English: council member
- Arabic: عَضُو مَجْلِس
- Brazilian Portuguese: vereador
- Chinese: 议员
- Croatian: vijećnik
- Czech: radní
- Danish: rådgiver
- Dutch: raadslid
- European Spanish: concejal
- Finnish: neuvoston jäsen
- French: élu local
- German: Ratsmitglied
- Greek: μέλος συμβουλίου
- Italian: consigliere
- Japanese: 地方議会議員
- Korean: 의원 정치가
- Norwegian: styremedlem
- Polish: radny
- European Portuguese: vereador
- Romanian: consilier
- Russian: советник
- Spanish: concejal
- Swedish: kommunfullmäktig
- Thai: สมาชิกสภาเทศบาล
- Turkish: belediye meclis üyesi
- Ukrainian: член ради
- Vietnamese: thành viên hội đồng
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