Translation of guild in Spanish:

guild

Pronunciation: /gɪld/

n

  • 1.1 (of workers) gremio (m); [Hist] corporación (f) the Screen Actors' Guild (in (US) ) el Sindicato de Actores de Cine 1.2 (club, society) asociación (f), agrupación (f)
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    • The right model for the teacher unions is the medieval craftsman guilds, the hallmarks of which were professional ability and demonstrated accomplishment.
    • Since medieval times, the merchants in most towns in Europe had organized themselves into guilds, just like craftsmen.
    • Four decades after Rerum Novarum, the Vicar of Christ on earth preached as his only response to the Depression cooperation between management and labour through the resurrection of medieval guilds.
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    • If teachers were represented by some kind of professional association, like a guild or trade union, we could avoid all the misery this government is bringing into our schools.
    • This was typical modesty of a sort not that common in our guild.
    • The guilds and unions in the American film industry are still strong, and have the clout (in theory) to protect their workers against the depredations of management, and against their own love of the Job.

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