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American English: /ˈkwæŋɡoʊ/
British English: /ˈkwaŋɡəʊ/

Translation of quango in Spanish:

noun plural quangos

  • organismo (masculine) semi-autónomo
    ente (masculine) semi-autónomo
    Example sentences
    • However, government ministers, the devolved assemblies, local authorities, quangos and all public bodies will be subject to the Convention.
    • Appointments to non-departmental bodies like quangos are subject to the scrutiny of the Public Appointments Commission.
    • The process has been taking place for some time with the growth of bureaucracy in national and local governments, plus quangos and large areas of administration like the European Union.
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Cultural Note: quango

En el Reino Unido, el término corresponde a las siglas de "quasi-autonomous non-governmental organization". Son organismos independientes, financiados por el estado, que han sido creados para administrar una determinada área de la vida pública. Son ejemplos de quangos, el Arts Council y la Equal Employment Opportunities Commission - EEOC.