Definition of funeral director in English:

funeral director

Syllabification: fu·ner·al di·rec·tor

noun

  • An undertaker.
    More example sentences
    • Mr Beckwith was at that time working in the removal business and had no experience as a funeral director or undertaker.
    • Mr Little held back tears as the tiny white coffin was carried to the grave by a funeral director and a cemetery officer.
    • In a stack of files - those of the police, the coroner, hospital authorities, council and a funeral director - he does at least have a number, probably more than one.

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