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boardroom

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbɔːdruːm/ MANAGEMENT, WORKPLACE
the group of people who manage a company or organization: She feels strongly that British boardrooms desperately need diversity. Shareholders felt mistakes had been made at boardroom level.boardroom battle/dispute/row The chairman stepped down after a bitter boardroom battle.boardroom coup/shake-up The departure of the chief executive and finance director in a boardroom coup has given rise to takeover speculation. boardroom pay/salaries
MEETINGS the room where the group of people who manage a company or organization have their meetings: Workers were told of the closure in the company's boardroom.
Translations of “boardroom”
in Chinese (Traditional) 董事會會議室…
in Russian зал заседаний…
in Turkish toplantı salonu, yönetim kurulu odası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 董事会会议室…
in Polish sala posiedzeń zarządu, sala konferencyjna…
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