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"trustee" in British English

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trusteenoun [C]

uk   /ˌtrʌsˈtiː/ us   /ˌtrʌsˈtiː/
a person, often one of a group, who controls property and/or money for another person or an organization: the museum's board of trustees
(Definition of trustee from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"trustee" in American English

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trusteenoun [C]

us   /trʌsˈti/
a person, often one of a group, who controls property or money for the benefit of another person or an organization: He was a member of the museum’s board of trustees.
(Definition of trustee from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"trustee" in Business English

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trusteenoun [C]

uk   /trʌsˈtiː/ us  
a person or organization legally chosen to work alone or as part of a group to manage money or property for others: The pension fund is managed by a 12-member board of trustees. The CEO, who is responsible for developing overall strategy, reports to a board of trustees. She was invited to become a trustee for her local wildlife charity.
(Definition of trustee from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “trustee”
in Chinese (Simplified) 受托人…
in Turkish emanetçi, yeddi emin, mutemet…
in Russian попечитель…
in Chinese (Traditional) 受託人…
in Polish powiernik…
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