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director generalnoun [C usually singular]

uk   us  
the ​person who is in ​charge of a ​bigorganization
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director generalnoun [C, usually singular]

(plural directors general) (also director-general) uk   us  
WORKPLACE the ​person who ​controls a ​bigorganization, especially a ​publicorganization: the ​directorgeneral of the BBC
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in Chinese (Simplified) (大型机构的)总裁,主席…
in Chinese (Traditional) (大型機構的)總裁,主席…
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