surrogate

surrogate
ˈsʌrəɡɪt
1. сущ.
1) а) заместитель (особ. епископа) (о человеке) б) замена, заменитель, суррогат (о предмете, веществе) Syn : substitute
2) амер. судья по делам о наследстве и опеке
2. гл. замещать;
заменять заместитель (особ. епископа - * guardian (юридическое) соопекун заменитель, суррогат - * of /for/ butter заменитель масла (юридическое) судья по наследственным делам и опеке (в некоторых штатах США) - * court (юридическое) суд по наследственным делам и опеке surrogate заменитель, суррогат ~ заменитель ~ заместитель (особ. епископа) ~ заместитель ~ замещать;
заменять ~ (амер.) судья по делам о наследствах и опеке ~ амер. судья по делам о наследстве и опеке ~ судья по наследственным делам и опеке ~ суррогат

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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