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Definition of "directorship" [di•rect•or•ship]

  • The office of a director; a directorate (noun)

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Use "directorship" in a sentence
  • "Interlocked directorship is an economic monoculture. —"
  • "The shift in directorship was not an easy issue; it was connected to the relations to the neighboring institutes, the political situation in Austria, and the culture of physics that Meyer wanted to establish in Vienna."
  • "Whether McGregor would be willing or able to accept the directorship is another story."