Chancellor of the ExchequerˌChancellor of the Exˈchequer noun (plural Chancellors of the Exchequer) [countable]PGOthe British government minister in charge of taxes and government spending
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Chancellor of the Exchequer• Why, even the Chancellor of the Exchequer is said to be worried at that.• In his autumnstatement on 6 November, my right hon. Friend the Chancellor of the Exchequerannounced his publicexpenditure plans.• Any request for costs would have to go to my right hon. Friend the Chancellor of the Exchequer.• More than a hint of the attack which is coming was droppedyesterday by Norman Lamont, the Chancellor of the Exchequer.• Every hour we are paying for the services of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, at an annualsalary of £63,047.• She knows, too, that representations have been made to the Chancellor of the Exchequer.From Longman Business DictionaryChancellor of the ExchequerChan‧cel‧lor of the Ex‧cheq‧uer /ˌtʃɑːnsələr əv ði ɪksˈtʃekəˌtʃænsələr əv ði ɪksˈtʃekər/ (also Chancellor) noun (plural Chancellors of the Exchequer) [countable usually singular]ECONOMICSJOBthe British government minister in charge of decidinglevels of taxes and government spendingIn his autumn statement, the Chancellor of the Exchequer was forecasting an economic upturn.