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treasurernoun [C]

us   /ˈtreʒ·ər·ər/
an officer who is responsible for the money in a company, government, or other organization
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treasurernoun [C]

uk   /ˈtreʒər/ us   FINANCE
someone who is responsible for the money and bank accounts of a company or organization: company/corporate/group treasurers Corporate treasurers have picked up the pace of bond sales as the government bond market continues to rally.treasurer of sth He has served as the elected treasurer of the union since 2008.
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