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会長, かいちょう

  • kaichō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • president (of a society)
  • chairman

Examples of 会長,かいちょう in a Sentence

The society made him president.
The "retired" president of that company runs the whole show from behind the scenes, so the current president is nothing but a figurehead.
The former president of a certain association has been arrested on suspicion of breach of trust.
I am acquainted with the chairman of that club.
Mr Johnson, president of the club, will soon come.
The company was established in 1950 by the incumbent chairman.
For whom will you vote for president?
The President did me the courtesy of replying to my letter.
You cannot be too polite when you meet the president.
They agreed to elect him as president.

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