director


director
adj.
director, directing.
m.
1 director, leader, principal.
2 superintendent, manager, officer.
3 conductor, orchestra conductor.
4 warden.
5 headmaster, head teacher.
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director
adjetivo
1 directing, managing
nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 director, manager
2 (de colegio - hombre) headmaster; (mujer) headmistress
3 (de universidad) rector
4 (de editorial) editor
5 (de cárcel) governor
6 (de orquesta) conductor
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FRASEOLOGÍA
director,-ra de cine film director
director,-ra de escena stage manager
director espiritual father confessor
director,-ra gerente managing director
* * *
(f. - directora)
noun
director, manager, head, headmaster
* * *
director, -a
1.
ADJ [consejo, junta] governing; [principio] guiding
2. SM / F
1) (=responsable) [de centro escolar] headteacher, headmaster/headmistress, principal; [de periódico, revista] editor; (Cine, TV) director; [de orquesta] conductor; [de hospital] manager, administrator; [de prisión] governor, warden (EEUU)

director(a) artístico/a — artistic director

director(a) de cine — film director

director(a) de coro — choirmaster

director(a) de departamento — (Univ) head of department

director(a) de escena — stage manager

director(a) de funeraria — undertaker, funeral director, mortician (EEUU)

director(a) de interiores — (TV) studio director

director(a) de orquesta — orchestra conductor

director(a) de tesis — thesis supervisor, research supervisor

2) (Com) (=gerente) manager; [de mayor responsabilidad] director

director(a) adjunto/a — assistant manager

director(a) de empresa — company director

director(a) de exportación — export manager

director(a) de finanzas — financial director

director(a) de sucursal — branch manager

director(a) ejecutivo/a — executive director, managing director

director(a) general — general manager

director(a) gerente — managing director

director(a) técnico/a — technical manager

3.
SM
(Rel)

director espiritual — spiritual director

* * *
-tora masculino, femenino
a) (de escuela) (m) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmaster (BrE); (f) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmistress (BrE); (de periódico, revista) editor (in chief); (de hospital) administrator; (de prisión) warden (AmE), governor (BrE)
b) (Com) (gerente) manager; (miembro de junta directiva) director, executive
c) (Cin, Teatr) director
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= chairman [chairmen, pl.], chairperson [chairpersons, -pl.], chief, chief librarian, director, head, manager [manageress, -fem.], headmaster, office manager, business manager, chair.
Ex. As head of a committee, and being recognized as such, it's perfectly all right with me if I'm called the chairman rather than the chairwoman.
Ex. Special thanks to the ISAD Program Planning Committee, in particular its chairperson, for the conceptual organization.
Ex. He subsequently served as chief of that Division, chief of the Serial Record Division, Assistant Director for Cataloging of the Processing Department, Director of the Processing Department, and Assistant Librarian of Processing Services.
Ex. The chief librarian or director of libraries, by which title the post is sometimes now known, will in general be fully occupied with making decisions on internal professional policy, committee work, and administration and management in the widest sense.
Ex. Hugh C, Atkinson, director of the University of Illinois Libraries, has consistently been in the forefront in applying automation to traditional library problems and services.
Ex. She began her career at Central Missouri State University where she was head of the Documents Depository.
Ex. Such hosts are more likely to be accessed by end-users such as economists and managers, than information workers.
Ex. The author played a large part in the successful establishment of the school library when her husband became headmaster = La autora desempeñó un gran papel en la creación de la biblioteca escolar cuando su esposo fue nombrado director.
Ex. This department is headed by a general office manager who has a staff of bookkeepers, billing clerks, comptrollers, and secretaries.
Ex. Watman wondered how the profession would react to the idea of a business manager instead of assistant.
Ex. Once elected, the chair is responsible for maintaining discipline and ensuring that all students are treated fairly.
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* cargo de director = directorship.
* cartas al director = letter to the editor.
* Conferencia de Directores de Bibliotecas Nacionales (CDNL) = Conference of Directors of National Libraries (CDNL).
* directora conjunta = co-chairperson.
* director adjunto = assistant director, deputy director, joint director.
* director artístico = art director.
* director cinematográfico = film director.
* director comercial = marketing executive, chief commercial officer.
* director conjunto = co-chairperson.
* director de biblioteca = library director.
* director de cine = film director.
* director de curso = course leader.
* director de departamento = department head.
* director de empresa = company director.
* director de escuela = school principal.
* director de filial = branch head.
* director de finanzas = finance director.
* director de funeraria = funeral director, undertaker, mortician.
* director de la biblioteca = head librarian.
* director de marketing = marketing executive.
* director de museo = curator.
* director de operaciones = chief operating officer (COO), director for operations.
* director de orquesta = conductor.
* director de periódico = newspaper editor.
* director de pompas fúnebres = undertaker, funeral director, mortician.
* director de prisión = prison warden.
* director de tesis = PhD supervisor, dissertation adviser, dissertation supervisor, thesis supervisor, thesis adviser, research supervisor.
* director ejecutivo = executive director, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), managing director, chief executive.
* director ejecutivo de la gestión del conocimiento = knowledge executive.
* director, el = principal.
* director financiero = finance director, chief financial officer.
* director general = executive director, Director-General, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), chief executive, senior director.
* director principal = senior director.
* partichela de piano director, violín director, etc = piano/violin, etc. conductor part.
* subdirector = assistant director.
* * *
-tora masculino, femenino
a) (de escuela) (m) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmaster (BrE); (f) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmistress (BrE); (de periódico, revista) editor (in chief); (de hospital) administrator; (de prisión) warden (AmE), governor (BrE)
b) (Com) (gerente) manager; (miembro de junta directiva) director, executive
c) (Cin, Teatr) director
* * *
el director
= principal

Ex: Anthony read the handwritten note he found in his mailbox from the principal of the high school at which he had been employed as head of the school media program for one month.

= chairman [chairmen, pl.], chairperson [chairpersons, -pl.], chief, chief librarian, director, head, manager [manageress, -fem.], headmaster, office manager, business manager, chair.

Ex: As head of a committee, and being recognized as such, it's perfectly all right with me if I'm called the chairman rather than the chairwoman.

Ex: Special thanks to the ISAD Program Planning Committee, in particular its chairperson, for the conceptual organization.
Ex: He subsequently served as chief of that Division, chief of the Serial Record Division, Assistant Director for Cataloging of the Processing Department, Director of the Processing Department, and Assistant Librarian of Processing Services.
Ex: The chief librarian or director of libraries, by which title the post is sometimes now known, will in general be fully occupied with making decisions on internal professional policy, committee work, and administration and management in the widest sense.
Ex: Hugh C, Atkinson, director of the University of Illinois Libraries, has consistently been in the forefront in applying automation to traditional library problems and services.
Ex: She began her career at Central Missouri State University where she was head of the Documents Depository.
Ex: Such hosts are more likely to be accessed by end-users such as economists and managers, than information workers.
Ex: The author played a large part in the successful establishment of the school library when her husband became headmaster = La autora desempeñó un gran papel en la creación de la biblioteca escolar cuando su esposo fue nombrado director.
Ex: This department is headed by a general office manager who has a staff of bookkeepers, billing clerks, comptrollers, and secretaries.
Ex: Watman wondered how the profession would react to the idea of a business manager instead of assistant.
Ex: Once elected, the chair is responsible for maintaining discipline and ensuring that all students are treated fairly.
* cargo de director = directorship.
* cartas al director = letter to the editor.
* Conferencia de Directores de Bibliotecas Nacionales (CDNL) = Conference of Directors of National Libraries (CDNL).
* directora conjunta = co-chairperson.
* director adjunto = assistant director, deputy director, joint director.
* director artístico = art director.
* director cinematográfico = film director.
* director comercial = marketing executive, chief commercial officer.
* director conjunto = co-chairperson.
* director de biblioteca = library director.
* director de cine = film director.
* director de curso = course leader.
* director de departamento = department head.
* director de empresa = company director.
* director de escuela = school principal.
* director de filial = branch head.
* director de finanzas = finance director.
* director de funeraria = funeral director, undertaker, mortician.
* director de la biblioteca = head librarian.
* director de marketing = marketing executive.
* director de museo = curator.
* director de operaciones = chief operating officer (COO), director for operations.
* director de orquesta = conductor.
* director de periódico = newspaper editor.
* director de pompas fúnebres = undertaker, funeral director, mortician.
* director de prisión = prison warden.
* director de tesis = PhD supervisor, dissertation adviser, dissertation supervisor, thesis supervisor, thesis adviser, research supervisor.
* director ejecutivo = executive director, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), managing director, chief executive.
* director ejecutivo de la gestión del conocimiento = knowledge executive.
* director, el = principal.
* director financiero = finance director, chief financial officer.
* director general = executive director, Director-General, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), chief executive, senior director.
* director principal = senior director.
* partichela de piano director, violín director, etc = piano/violin, etc. conductor part.
* subdirector = assistant director.

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director -tora
masculine, feminine
1 (de una escuela) (masculine) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmaster (BrE); (feminine) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmistress (BrE); (de un periódico, una revista) editor, editor in chief; (de un hospital) administrator; (de una prisión) warden (AmE), governor (BrE)
2 (Com) (gerente) manager; (miembro de la junta directiva) director, executive
3 (Cin, Teatr) director
Compuestos:
director adjunto, directora adjunta
masculine, feminine deputy director
director/directora de división
masculine, feminine divisional director
director/directora de escena
masculine, feminine stage manager
director/directora de orquesta
masculine, feminine conductor
director/directora de ventas
masculine, feminine sales manager o director
director ejecutivo, directora ejecutiva
masculine, feminine executive director
director espiritual
masculine father confessor
director/directora general
masculine, feminine (de una empresa) general manager; (de un organismo oficial) director-general
director/directora gerente
masculine, feminine managing director
director técnico, directora técnica
masculine, feminine (AmL) head coach (AmE), manager (BrE)
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director
-tora sustantivo masculino, femenino

a) (de escuela) (m) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmaster (BrE);

(f) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmistress (BrE);
(de periódico, revista) editor (in chief);
(de hospital) administrator;
(de prisión) warden (AmE), governor (BrE)
b) (Com) (gerente) manager;

(miembro de junta directiva) director, executive;
director gerente managing director

c) (Cin, Teatr) director;

director de orquesta conductor

director,-ora sustantivo masculino y femenino
1 director
(de un colegio) head teacher, US principal
(de un periódico) editor
2 (de una película, musical) director
(de orquesta) conductor
'director' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
achuchar
- cineasta
- consejera
- consejero
- definitivamente
- desear
- dirección
- directiva
- directivo
- directora
- dtor
- entrante
- fiscal
- galerista
- general
- proyecto
- realizador
- realizadora
- sazón
- script
- subdirector
- subdirectora
- adjunto
- interino
- jefe
- llegar
- secretario
- señor
English:
advertise
- climax
- conductor
- deputy
- director
- dismiss
- distrust
- film
- film maker
- governor
- head
- headmaster
- hook
- manager
- managing
- MD
- meeting
- mgr
- Postmaster General
- president
- principal
- producer
- put through
- showman
- stage director
- stage manager
- superintendent
- act
- ask
- coach
- controller
- editor
- editorial
- elevate
- funeral
- instigation
- managing director
- mortician
- movie
- stage
- take
- warden
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director, -ora nm,f
1. [de empresa] director;
[de hotel, hospital, banco] manager, f manageress; [de periódico] editor; [de colegio] Br headmaster, f headmistress, US principal; [de cárcel] Br governor, US warden
Comp
director adjunto associate o deputy director;
director comercial marketing manager;
director ejecutivo executive director;
director espiritual spiritual director;
director financiero finance o financial director, US chief financial officer;
director en funciones acting manager;
director general general manager;
director gerente managing director, chief executive, esp US chief executive officer;
director de recursos humanos human resources manager;
director técnico [en fútbol] director of football;
director de tesis supervisor;
director de ventas sales director o manager
2. [de obra artística] director
Comp
director artístico artistic director;
director de banda musical bandmaster;
director de cine movie o Br film director;
director de circo ringmaster;
director de escena producer, stage manager;
director de fotografía director of photography;
director musical musical director;
director de orquesta conductor
* * *
director
I adj leading
II m, directora f
1 de empresa manager
2 EDU principal, Br
head (teacher)
3 TEA, de película director
* * *
director, -tora n
1) : director, manager, head
2) : conductor (of an orchestra)
* * *
director n
1. (de cine) director
2. (de empresa, banco) manager
3. (de colegio ) head / headteacher
Si es hombre se puede llamar headmaster y si es mujer, headmistress
4. (de periódico) editor
director de orquesta conductor

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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