member

member
n член
- coopted member кооптований член
- ex officio member член (комітету тощо), що входить до нього за посадою
- founding members засновники (організації)
- full member повноправний член
- full-fledged member повноправний член
- life member пожиттєвий член
- members present and voting члени, які присутні та беруть участь у голосуванні
- member state держава-член (ООН тощо)
- middle-of-the-road member поміркований член; член, який притримується поміркованих поглядів
- original member початковий член
- permanent member постійний член
- rank-and-file members рядові члени
- registered member зареєстрований член
- retiring member член (Ради Безпеки ООН тощо), що вибуває
- senior member старший член
- member as of right що є членом автоматично
- members of the assembly члени асамблеї/ зборів
- members of the clergy священнослужителі
- member of a consulate член консульського представництва
- member of the diplomatic corps член дипломатичного корпусу
- member of a diplomatic mission член дипломатичного представництва
- member of Parliament член парламенту
- member of the press представник преси
- member of the reigning family член королівської родини
- status of member членство
- member of Congress член Конгресу США

English-Ukrainian diplomatic dictionary. 2013.

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