Definition of executive secretary in English:

executive secretary

Syllabification: ex·ec·u·tive sec·re·tar·y

noun

A secretary with administrative responsibilities, especially one managing the business affairs and activities of an executive or an organization.
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  • There is a soft under-belly of the organization, Uncle Billy, an absent-minded relative of the head-strong young executive secretary who manages it.
  • Our would-be executive secretary had glowing references.
  • The Alberta Teachers' Association executive secretary applauded the immediacy of the move.

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