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vice-president

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvice-presidentˌvice-ˈpresident noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 PGOthe person who is next in rank to the president of a country and who is responsible for the president’s duties if he or she is unable to do them2 BBBBO American English someone who is responsible for a particular part of a company 🔊 our vice-president for marketing
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vice-presidentthe vice president of human resourcesAnderson will be vice president of operations for the company's east region.Gerry Dicker, vice president and assistant secretary.He reports to vice president Bernard Puckett, general manager of Applications Solutions.Michael Finkelman, senior vice president, Hilton International.Pihl will become a vice president of Ascend.Sun vice president Denis Yaro heads SunConnect and will relocate to Grenoble by the middle of next year.The refunds will cost Saturn about $ 7 million, said Joe Kennedy, vice president of sales, service and marketing.
From Longman Business Dictionaryvice presidentˌvice ˈpresident (also vice-president) American English the title given in some organizations to the person directly below the president in rankAfter three years asvice-president, he became chief executive officer. president
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