Spanish Word for mentor  

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Spanish Word: mentor
The Spanish Word for mentor
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Translated sentences containing 'mentor'
It is important to find a mentor to learn from.
Es importante encontrar un mentor de quién aprender.

Otherwise the mentor of innovation would not have the capacity to innovate, which would be an unforgivable mistake when the intention is to build models of efficiency.
De lo contrario, el mentor de la innovación no tendría capacidad para innovar, lo que sería un error imperdonable, puesto que se trata de construir modelos de eficiencia.
I invite Greece to be a true, fair and broad-minded leader, a mentor and a sponsor of the Balkans.
Invito a Grecia a que se convierta en un líder verdadero, justo y tolerante, un mentor y un patrocinador de los Balcanes.
The issue I wanted to bring to this House's attention is the good work that Mentor UK has been doing on the rights of kinship carers.
El tema que quiero exponer ante esta Cámara es la buena labor que ha realizado Mentor UK en relación con los derechos de los cuidadores familiares.
They are building 'Greater Israel' in line with the intentions pronounced by Netanyahu's mentor, Jabotinsky, as long ago as the 1920s.
Ellos construyen "El Gran Israel», totalmente de acuerdo a las instrucciones que Jabotinsky, maestro de Netanyahu, presentó en la década de los años veinte.
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