Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who has been intrusted with the discharge of some official duty, as in directing the affairs of a corporation, company, society, etc.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Chiefly British A person who holds an office; an officeholder.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the person who holds an office

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Examples

  • As a side note upon Tu, a single of his friends was Charlie Soong (an office-bearer for a Triads) who had attended Vanderbilt Universisty during a expense of millionaire Julian S.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • As a side note upon Tu, a single of his friends was Charlie Soong (an office-bearer for a Triads) who had attended Vanderbilt Universisty during a expense of millionaire Julian S.

    Batin Itam: The Li Blood Line

  • That said, it is very rare for a leading GOP office-bearer to do so and be like Michael Steele.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • That said, it is very rare for a leading GOP office-bearer to do so and be like Michael Steele.

    Michael Steele and a house divided

  • Neighbourhood association and other local area activities (association office-bearer, neighbourhood watch, etc)

    Japanese and today’s society: part 2 of 3

  • “Please lend this girl a hand,” the 49-year-old office-bearer wrote.

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  • It was also for the first time probably in a very long time, if ever, that all the office-bearer positions from the President down were hotly contested with two distinct and mutually-exclusive NEC lists.

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  • It was also for the first time probably in a very long time, if ever, that all the office-bearer positions from the President down were hotly contested with two distinct and mutually-exclusive NEC lists.

    To Polokwane and back

  • When the President is absent from the Republic or otherwise unable to fulfil the duties of President, or during a vacancy in the office of President, an office-bearer in the order below acts as President:

    Balkinization

  • The activists of various parties are reaching out to the electorate through SMS and local cable TV channels in different localities, according to a party office-bearer in the city, speaking on condition of anonymity.

    Beep, beep! Its your local politician

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