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chief

adjective /tʃiːf/
greatest in importance etc the chief cause of disease. chiefly adverb mainly
principalmente
She became ill chiefly because she did not eat enough.
chief executive officer noun (also CEO) the president of a large company She was appointed Chief Executive Officer last year. chieftain /-tən/ noun the head of a clan, tribe etc
el jefe de un clan/una tribu
a Native American chieftain.
Translations of “chief”
in Arabic رَئيسي…
in Korean 주된, 최고의…
in Malaysian utama…
in French principal…
in Turkish başlıca, en önemli, şef…
in Italian maggiore, primo, più elevato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 最重要的, 首要的, 最主要的…
in Russian основной, важнейший, старший…
in Polish główny…
in Vietnamese chủ yếu…
in Portuguese principal…
in Thai สำคัญที่สุด…
in German Haupt-……
in Catalan principal…
in Japanese 主な, 最も重要な…
in Indonesian utama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 最重要的, 首要的, 最主要的…
(Definition of chief from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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