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honcho

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhonchohon‧cho /ˈhɒntʃəʊ $ ˈhɑːntʃoʊ/ noun (plural honchos) [countable] informal  IN CHARGE OFan important person who controls something, especially a business syn boss the head honcho
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honchoA major New York paperback publisher considered a reprint, Hutchinson said, but company honchos later changed their minds.The law is a special boon to those, like top corporate honchos, who are due large sums of deferred compensation.To do this you must first provoke one of the game's head honchos into a challenge.Pehr Gyllenhammar, the Volvo group's head honcho, is a rare show visitor.The theory among media honchos is that sending a reporter may cause families to change their minds.But there were far too few new faces, and far too many head office honchos.Things could get ugly soon, possibly when union honchos and player reps get together in San Antonio over All-Star weekend.head honchoTo do this you must first provoke one of the game's head honchos into a challenge.Pehr Gyllenhammar, the Volvo group's head honcho, is a rare show visitor.
From Longman Business Dictionaryhonchohon‧cho /ˈhɒntʃəʊˈhɑːntʃoʊ/ noun [countable] journalism someone who has the top position in an organization, or one of the top positionsThe company’s new head honcho has big changes in mind.
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