ministerial post


ministerial post
министерский пост

to undertake a responsible post — принять ответственный пост

the sentinel slept at his post — часовой заснул на посту

holding the post — занимающий пост; нахождение на посту

ground observation post — наземный наблюдательный пост

defended post — обороняемая позиция, обороняемый пост


English-Russian big medical dictionary. 2005.

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