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Secretary of State

noun [C]
 
 
( also Secretary) in the UK, a Member of Parliament who is in charge of a government department
(英國)國務大臣
She became Secretary of State for Education after spending three years as Environment Secretary.
在做了環境部長三年後,她成了教育部長。
Was the conference a success, Foreign Secretary?
外交部長,會議成功嗎?
Government ministers and civil servants
in the US, an important government official who has responsibility for establishing and continuing relationships with the governments of other countries
(美國)國務卿
United States politics and government
Translations of “Secretary of State”
in Chinese (Simplified) (英国)国务大臣, (美国)国务卿…
(Definition of Secretary of State from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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