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gu·ber·na·to·ri·al

 (go͞o′bər-nə-tôr′ē-əl, gyo͞o′-)
adj.
Of or relating to a governor.

[From Latin gubernātor, governor, from gubernāre, to govern; see govern.]

gubernatorial

(ˌɡjuːbənəˈtɔːrɪəl; ˌɡuː-)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) chiefly US of or relating to a governor
[C18: from Latin gubernātor governor]

gu•ber•na•to•ri•al

(ˌgu bər nəˈtɔr i əl, -ˈtoʊr-, ˌgyu-)

adj.
of or pertaining to a state governor or the office of state governor.
[1725–35, Amer.; < Latin gubernātōr-, s. of gubernātor steersman, governor]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.gubernatorial - relating to a governor; "gubernatorial election"

gubernatorial

adjective
Of or relating to government:
Translations

gubernatorial

[ˌguːbənəˈtɔːrɪəl] ADJ (esp US) → de(l) gobernador/de (la) gobernadora
gubernatorial electionelección f de gobernador/gobernadora

gubernatorial

[ˌguːbərnəˈtɔːriəl ˌgjuːbərnəˈtɔːriəl] adj [candidate] → au poste de gouverneur

gubernatorial

adj (esp US Pol) → Gouverneurs-; candidate, campaignfür das Gouverneursamt; gubernatorial electionGouverneurswahl f
References in classic literature ?
The popular voice, at the next gubernatorial election, though loud as thunder, will be really but an echo of what these gentlemen shall speak, under their breath, at your friend's festive board.
Now, when there needs little more than to signify your acceptance, why do you sit so lumpishly in your great-great-grandfather's oaken chair, as if preferring it to the gubernatorial one?
If the feast were less magnificent than those same panelled walls had witnessed in a by-gone century,--if mine host presided with somewhat less of state than might have befitted a successor of the royal Governors,--if the guests made a less imposing show than the bewigged and powdered and embroidered dignitaries, who erst banqueted at the gubernatorial table, and now sleep, within their armorial tombs on Copp's Hill, or round King's Chapel,--yet never, I may boldly say, did a more comfortable little party assemble in the Province House, from Queen Anne's days to the Revolution.
Accordingly, with his own gubernatorial hands, he repaired one of its arms, which had been slightly damaged.
Such is an outline of the history of Governor Young, as furnished by himself; and we regret that we are not able to give any account of the state maintained by this seafaring worthy, and the manner in which he discharged his high functions; though it is evident he had more of the hearty familiarity of the forecastle than the dignity of the gubernatorial office.
One votes in presidential election years, and the other votes in gubernatorial election years.
Eighty-six percent of voters believe that both gubernatorial candidates need to do more to explain their positions on jobs and the economy.
The campaign funding for this year's mid-term legislative and gubernatorial elections will represent the largest-ever foray for the abortion giant, which received a record $542 million in government funding in 2012.
That was an interesting couple of omissions by GOP gubernatorial candidate Ovide Lamontagne in an Oct.
TOKYO - The Tokyo metropolitan election board decided Monday to hold the Tokyo gubernatorial election on Dec.
Vallejo was at the rally representing the PRI and two other parties in the gubernatorial race.
Voting is also taking place Sunday for the Osaka gubernatorial election, in which seven new faces, including Ichiro Matsui, 47-year-old former Osaka prefectural assembly member and Hashimoto's close aide in the local party, have filed their candidacies.