• (British) IPA: /ˈtʃɛːmən/

chairman (plural chairmen)

  1. A person presiding over a meeting.
  2. The head of a corporate or governmental board of directors, a committee, or other formal entity.
  3. (historical) Someone whose job is to carry people in a portable chair, sedan chair, or similar conveyance.
Translations Translations Verb

chairman (chairmans, present participle chairmanning; past and past participle chairmanned)

  1. To serve as chairman.

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