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Definition of "directors" []

  • An official on a bus who collects fares, checks tickets, etc (noun)
  • A person who conducts an orchestra, choir, etc (noun)
  • A person who leads or guides (noun)
  • A railway official in charge of a train (noun)
  • A substance, body, or system that conducts electricity, heat, etc (noun)
  • Plural form of director. (noun)

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Use "directors" in a sentence
  • "Both have or have had until recently directors from the same music publishers and corporations and corporations interlocked at RIAA."
  • "The simmering war in the Liverpool boardroom between the American owners, Tom Hicks and George Gillett, and the three other directors, broke dramatically into the open last night after Hicks and Gillett turned down two bids, described as "credible", to buy the club and attempted to remove two directors from the board."
  • ""Tribune's board of directors is focused on filing the company's plan of reorganization this Friday and has no comment on any other issue," a Tribune spokesman said in a statement, declining to comment further on the meeting."