Spanish Word for chamberlain  

English Word: chamberlain

Spanish Word: chambelán
The Spanish Word for chamberlain
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The king's chamberlain was considered one of the closest servants.
El chambelán del rey era considerado uno de los servidores más cercanos.

'There will be peace in our time', said Chamberlain when he returned from his meeting with Hitler in Munich in 1938.
Chamberlain proclamó que habría paz en nuestro tiempo cuando en 1938 regresó de su reunión con Hitler en Múnich.
Many in my constituency saw our Prime Minister's return from Florence in the same light as they saw Mr Chamberlain's return from Munich half a century ago.
Muchos de mis electores vieron a nuestro Primer Ministro regresar de Florencia con los mismos ojos que vieron al Sr. Chamberlain regresar de Múnich hace medio siglo.
Back then, 80 years ago, Chamberlain, Daladier, Mussolini and Hitler carved up Czechoslovakia; today it is again Britain, France, Italy and Germany who recognise the carving-up of Serbia.
Entonces, hace ya 80 años, Chamberlain, Daladier, Mussolini y Hitler dividieron Checoslovaquia, y hoy vuelven a ser el Reino Unido, Francia y Alemania los que reconocen la división de Serbia.
rapporteur. - Mr President, 70 years ago, Mr Chamberlain came back from Munich waving a piece of paper and saying 'peace for our time'.
ponente. - Señor Presidente, hace 70 años, el señor Chamberlain volvió de Múnich agitando un trozo de papel y diciendo "paz para nuestros tiempos".
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