Definition of "vice-chairman" []

  • An alternate chairman. See vice-. (noun)
  • A person who deputizes for a chairman and serves in his or her place during his or her absence or indisposition (noun)

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Use "vice-chairman" in a sentence
  • "The vice-chairman of the Green Party in Ukraine, Pavlo Khazan, told VOA News the government tries to downplay the impact of the disaster, as it seeks to build new reactors."
  • "Ahead of Barnsley's visit to east London, Grant had discovered that Karren Brady, the vice-chairman, had revealed in her newspaper column why the deal to bring Steve Sidwell from Aston Villa had fallen through."
  • "The rebels in Tripoli have risen up, said Abdel Hafiz Ghoga, vice-chairman of the rebels Benghazi based governing body, the National Transitional Council, according to Reuters."