Definition of co-chair in English:

co-chair

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noun

A person who chairs a meeting jointly with another or others.
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  • We also haven't yet been able to get any comment from any of the group's co-chairs.
  • The continuing agenda of the summit has been left in the hands of the four co-chairs appointed by the mayor.
  • The council of ministers consists of two co-chairs, one deputy, and three ministers.

verb

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Act as co-chair of (a meeting): the panel is co-chaired by the prime ministers of Mozambique, Norway, and Pakistan
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  • A representative of student government who co-chaired the meeting described the positive aspects of organising it as the chance to ‘incorporate a variety of views’.
  • Just last month, he co-chaired a meeting on the topic at the Kennedy Space Center.
  • Just yesterday I co-chaired the inaugural meeting of the food and beverage taskforce, which covers the most significant sector in our economy.

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