Definition of social secretary in English:

social secretary

Syllabification: so·cial sec·re·tar·y

noun

A person who arranges the social activities of a person or organization.
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  • If you are the social secretary of a sport's club or similar organisation why not book me for your celebratory dinner?
  • ‘Clearly with the new social secretary, there is a new set of eyes and a new vision,’ said Mr. Scheib, whose imminent departure was first reported Friday by The Washington Post.
  • According to its social secretary Hirantha Perera, a sculptured bust of him will be placed as an everlasting monument to be remembered for all-time for his contributions to uplift the club's image.

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