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Meaning of “incumbent” - Learner’s Dictionary

incumbent

noun [C]     /ɪnˈkʌmbənt/ formal
someone who has an official job, especially a political one: the previous incumbentOccupations and tradesEmployees and colleagues
Translations of “incumbent”
in Chinese (Traditional) 現任者,在職者…
in Russian лицо, занимающее должность…
in Turkish makam sahibi, görevli, memur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 现任者,在职者…
in Polish osoba sprawująca urząd…
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