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In Spanish- or Portuguese-speaking countries: any of various officials exercising delegated authority; specifically an official subordinate to an intendant, having authority over a subdelegación (now historical).
Early 19th century; earliest use found in The Edinburgh Review. From Spanish subdelegado, use as noun of past participle of subdelegar.
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