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presidium also: praesidium
American English: /prɪˌsɪdiəm/
British English: /prɪˈsɪdɪʌm/
, /prɪˈzɪdɪʌm/

Translation of presidium in Spanish:

noun plural -iums or -ia Pronunciation: / -iə /

  • Example sentences
    • She was so distrustful that she was only prepared to report verbally on the program's content to the party presidium just one week before the presentation of the finished document.
    • There are also many Kohl supporters in the party presidium.
    • Political weight has been involved in the antigovernment protests, with some opposition leaders calling for an establishment of a presidium to replace the current government whom they claim had lost public confidence.

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