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commish

Syllabification: com·mish
Pronunciation: /kəˈmiSH
 
/

Definition of commish in English:

noun

North American informal
1 Short for commissioner.
Example sentences
  • Apparently someone in the commish's office thought so.
  • What is George's senior communications official doing accompanying the commish to ‘take notes?’
  • So much for the commish's new strict standards on officiating.
2 short for commission. out of commish

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