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attaché
American English: /ˌædəˈʃeɪ/
, /ˌæˈtæʃeɪ/
British English: /əˈtaʃeɪ/

Translation of attaché in Spanish:

noun

  • agregado, (-da) (masculine, feminine)
    military/press attaché
    agregado militar/de prensa
    Example sentences
    • In the last week of June, a defense attaché and a political officer from the US Embassy in New Delhi made an unpublicised visit to Jammu and Kashmir.
    • The Ambassador thought that his attaché lacked objectivity and analytical skill.
    • As we were being shown around, one of the other ambassadors and his attaché, Richard, arrived.

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