noun/nombre (plural attorney generals or , attorneys general)
- (in US — at national level) ≈ Ministro, (masculine, feminine) de Justicia; (— at state level) ≈ Fiscal (masculine and feminine) General; (in UK) ≈ Ministro, (masculine, feminine) de Justicia, ≈ Procurador, (masculine, feminine) General de la República or Nación, ≈ Fiscal (masculine and feminine) General del EstadoMore example sentences
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- Yesterday, the Government asked the Attorney General for legal advice on the demolition of the flats.
- Yesterday, British politics was gripped by the release of the Attorney General's legal advice.
- With the support of the Attorney General an injunction could be sought in proceedings for public nuisance.
- We need an attorney general in charge of enforcement over in the Justice Department.
- We are joined now in Miami by Janet Reno, the former attorney general of the United States.
- He will be the first Hispanic attorney general of the United States.
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In Spain, a ración is a serving of food eaten in a bar or cafe, generally with a drink. Friends or relatives meet in a bar or cafe, order a number of raciones, and share them.