president, chairman, chairwoman, chair, chairperson(noun)
the officer who presides at the meetings of an organization
"address your remarks to the chairperson"
the officer who presides at the meetings of an organization; -- same as chair or chairman, but used to achieve a sex-neutral register.
a chairman or chairwoman, someone who presides over a meeting, board, etc.
She was the chairperson of the board and she presided over the meeting.
Origin: after chairman and chairwoman
The numerical value of chairperson in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of chairperson in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of chairperson in a Sentence
The easiest way to get the chairperson to adjourn the session is to jointly create ruckus and commotion in a pre-decided fashion in the midst of deliberation and discussion.
The chairperson expressed his hope that the flight of the First Vice President-designate could be rescheduled within days, without further conditions, to ensure the timely formation of the transitional government of national unity.
Buoyed by the victories of young socialist candidates in Pennsylvania, Arielle Cohen, co-chairperson of a local Democratic Socialists of America chapter, told The Huffington Post that momentum was on the side of ultra-left liberals. We won on popular demands that were deemed impossible. We won on health care for all, we won on free education, we’re turning the state the right shade of red tonight.
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Translations for chairperson
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- Vorsitzender, VorsitzendeGerman
- président, secrétaire généralFrench
- neach-na-cathrachScottish Gaelic
- presidente, chairmanInterlingua
- 委員長, 議長Japanese
- pirmininkas, pirmininkėLithuanian
- styreformann, møtelederNorwegian
- osoba przewodnicząca, przewodniczącyPolish
- председа́тель, председа́тельницаRussian
- modulasetuloSouthern Sotho
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