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"boardroom" in British English

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boardroomnoun [C]

uk   /ˈbɔːd.rʊm/ /-ruːm/  us   /ˈbɔːrd-/
a ​room where the ​people who ​control a ​company or ​organizationmeet
(Definition of boardroom from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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boardroomnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈbɔːdruːm/ MANAGEMENT, WORKPLACE
the ​group of ​people who ​manage a ​company or ​organization: She ​feelsstrongly 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 ​chiefexecutive and ​financedirector in a boardroom coup has given ​rise to ​takeoverspeculation. 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.
(Definition of boardroom from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “boardroom”
in Chinese (Simplified) 董事会会议室…
in Turkish toplantı salonu, yönetim kurulu odası…
in Russian зал заседаний…
in Chinese (Traditional) 董事會會議室…
in Polish sala posiedzeń zarządu, sala konferencyjna…
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