caucus in Spanish and example sentences

caucus in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. consejo político, comisión electoral, reunión electoral, reunión política
v. reunión electoral, reunión de los dirigentes de un partido

Example Sentences

Three Kosovo Serb Assembly members not affiliated with the caucus of the Independent Liberal Party parliamentary group continue to boycott the work of the Assembly.
Tres diputados serbokosovares no afiliados al grupo del Partido Liberal Independiente continúan boicoteando el trabajo de la Asamblea.
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The Transitional National Assembly will be formed through caucuses at the provincial level.
La Asamblea Nacional de Transición se formará a través de asambleas locales a nivel provincial.
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Three words - caucus, primary, money.
Tres palabras... caucus, primarias, dinero.
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Republican hopefuls like former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich, shown at the Iowa Renewable Fuels Summit on January 25, 2011, often visit Iowa in advance of the caucuses.
Los aspirantes a candidato republicano, como el ex presidente de la Cámara, Newt Gingrich, en esta foto, visitan Iowa antes de las asambleas electorales.
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Only the members of the party's parliamentary caucus decide.
Sólo deciden los miembros del grupo parlamentario del partido.
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William Lacey Clary, a Democrat from Missouri, was elected caucus president.
William Lacey Clary, un demócrata de Missouri, fue elegido presidente del consejo.
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Each governorate selection caucus will elect representatives to the new transitional assembly by 31 May 2004.
En cada gobernación, el grupo de selección elegirá a los representantes a la nueva asamblea de transición antes del 31 de mayo de 2004.
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The Iowa caucus began in 1846 but it did not become an election bellwether until the 1970s, after its date was moved up to make it "first in the nation."
La asamblea electoral de Iowa empezó en 1846, pero no se convirtió en una elección clave hasta la década de 1970, cuando se la programó para ser "la primera en la nación".
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Beginning in January and lasting through June of the election year, states hold presidential primaries or caucuses.
A partir de enero y hasta el final de junio del año de elecciones, los estados realizan elecciones primarias presidenciales o caucus.
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In America, the Republican congressional caucus is just saying no: no to short-term deficit spending to put people to work, no to supporting the banking system, and no to increased government oversight or ownership of financial entities.
En Estados Unidos, el bloque parlamentario republicano simplemente dice no: no a un gasto deficitario de corto plazo para darle trabajo a la gente, no a apuntalar el sistema bancario y no a una mayor supervisión o titularidad gubernamental de entidades financieras.
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The long Democratic primary election campaign of 2008, with elections or caucuses in all 50 states, was historic in several ways.
La larga campaña de elecciones primarias demócratas de 2008, con elecciones y asambleas electorales en los 50 estados, fue histórica en distintas maneras.
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You want to go running all over the world ranting and raving and making resolutions and organizing caucuses.
Quieres ir por el mundo vociferando, despotricando, haciendo resoluciones y organizando camarillas.
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Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, founder of the Tea Party Caucus, who herself has a difficult relationship with reality, ignores the statement from the White House.
La congresista Michele Bachmann, fundadora de la camarilla del Tea Party, quien, ya de por sí, tiene una relación difícil con la realidad, ignora la declaración que se hace desde la Casa Blanca.
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Establishment of an informal caucus of women parliamentarians;
Formación de un grupo oficioso de mujeres parlamentarias;
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Such a text was drawn up this afternoon, and the Non-Aligned Movement caucus was ready for action.
Ese texto estuvo terminado esta tarde, y nuestro Grupo estaba listo para la acción.
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The caucus exceeded its goal, electing seven youth delegates.
El grupo excedió su meta, eligiendo a siete jóvenes delegados.
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He's well-connected in the acute caucus of the mental patient wing in the exotic disorders extreme of the GOP.
Está muy bien conectado en el caucus agudo del ala psiquiátrica de los trastornos mentales raros del Partido Republicano.
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However, neither the caucus approach nor direct elections are considered feasible mechanisms to elect a transitional national assembly within the time frame.
No obstante, ni el sistema de colegios electorales ni las elecciones directas se consideran mecanismos viables para elegir una asamblea nacional de transición dentro de ese plazo.
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Mona Fredricks has locked in the majority of the Black Caucus, though we still have a solid yea from Alverson.
Mona Fredricks ha asegurado la mayoría de la junta política negra, Aunque tenemos un sólido sí de Alverson.
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Let me thank the Assembly for making this commemoration happen, and in particular the Caribbean Community caucus of permanent representatives to the United Nations.
Permítaseme dar las gracias a la Asamblea por haber hecho posible esta conmemoración, y en particular al grupo de representantes permanentes de la Comunidad del Caribe ante las Naciones Unidas.
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Synonyms for caucus
assembly: muster, conference, convention, congress, meeting, convocation
Verb forms for caucus
Present participle: caucusing
Present: caucus (3.person: caucuses)
Past: caucused
Future: will caucus
Present conditional: would caucus
Present Perfect: have caucused (3.person: has caucused)
Past Perfect: had caucused
Future Perfect: will have caucused
Past conditional: would have caucused