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Example Sentences Including 'eminente'

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, significa esta decisión un regreso al poder del más eminente emisario del pasado, el ministro Ulises López?
Carlos Fuentes Cristóbal Nonato
Ante este eminente gesto, llego a la conclusión de que la pobreza no disminuye la nobleza de nadie; la riqueza, sí.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
El dominio eminente correspondía al soberano, pero también a los señores feudales e incluso a las comunidades municipales.
Ángel García & Ramón Garrabou Historia agraria de la España contemporánea. Vol 1. Cambio social 1800-1850
El gordito le dijo que no había problema; él conocía a un fabuloso guitarrista y cantante, un protegido del eminente polígrafo don Fernando Benítez llamado el Huérfano Huerta.
Carlos Fuentes Cristóbal Nonato
Las principales bolsas europeas apostaban por una eminente caída del precio del dinero, que puede materializarse hoy en Alemania, ya que se reune el comité del Bundesbank.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)

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'eminente' in Other Languages

British English: eminent ADJECTIVE
An eminent person is well-known and respected, especially because they are good at their profession. eminent scientist.
British English: prominent ADJECTIVE
Someone who is prominent is important and well-known.
...the children of very prominent or successful parents.


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