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municipal
American English: /mjuˈnɪsəpəl/
British English: /mjʊˈnɪsɪp(ə)l/

Translation of municipal in Spanish:

adjective

  • (usually before noun)
    Example sentences
    • Schools and municipal offices were closed to enable pupils and employees to attend.
    • On the same day, the municipal council broke down in half an hour in similar circumstances.
    • The municipal government has been taking steps to solve the city's housing problems.

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