Spanish Word for clerk  

English Word: clerk

Spanish Word: dependiente, empleado
The Spanish Word for clerk
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Translated sentences containing 'clerk'
The male nurses are asking the clerk about the medical records.
Los enfermeros están preguntando al recepcionista sobre los expedientes médicos.
We were talking with the clerk when Lourdes entered the jewelry store.
Conversábamos con el dependiente cuando Lourdes entró en la joyería.
They are going to buy a cellular phone after talking to the clerk.
Van a comprar un teléfono móvil después de hablar con el dependiente.

I believe that the clerk's department should have refused such a change.
Por tanto, pienso que el servicio competente habría debido rechazar tal modificación.
We had a very useful meeting in Ghana with the Speaker of the parliament and the Clerk to the House.
Sostuvimos una reunión muy útil en Ghana con el Presidente del Parlamento y su Secretario General.
Do not be the clerk of the old Europe, but instead put in place the new Europe, the one intended by the constitutional treaty.
No sea el funcionario de la vieja Europa, sino que en lugar de ello establezca la nueva Europa, la que ha pretende establecer el Tratado Constitucional.
I do not want to be rude, but you know, really, you have the charisma of a damp rag and the appearance of a low-grade bank clerk.
No quiero ser grosero, pero, de veras, tiene usted el carisma de una bayeta y la apariencia de un empleado bancario de bajo nivel.
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