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director general

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Definition of director general in English:

noun

chiefly British
The chief executive of a large organization.
Example sentences
  • Iraqi directors general head the local government offices overseeing basic services and have been drawn into planning local reconstruction.
  • The chairman of Lloyds and the director general of the CBI agree.
  • It does this every few years by appointing a chairman, who in turn chooses a director general.

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