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Translation of "chief" - English-Spanish dictionary

chief

adjective   /tʃiːf/
most important principal The weather was our chief reason for coming here.
noun   /tʃiːf/
the leader of a group jefe, -a
(Definition of chief from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

chief

adjective /tʃiːf/
greatest in importance etc principal 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 director general 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.
(Definition of chief from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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