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directorshipnoun [C]

uk   /daɪˈrek.tə.ʃɪp/ /dɪˈrek.tə.ʃɪp/ us   /daɪˈrek.tɚ.ʃɪp/ /dɪˈrek.tɚ.ʃɪp/
the position of being the director of a company: He holds several company directorships.
(Definition of directorship from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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directorshipnoun [C]

/dɪˈrektəʃɪp/ uk   us   WORKPLACE, MANAGEMENT
the position of being one of the managers who control a company or organization, or the period that someone has this position: Mr Dyer has resigned his directorship and is no longer involved with the company. Just one year into his directorship, Mr. Winsley's contract was extended through 2012. an executive/non-executive directorship
(Definition of directorship from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “directorship”
in Chinese (Simplified) 领导职位,领导职务…
in Chinese (Traditional) 領導職位,領導職務…
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