A president is a leader of an organization, company, club, trade union, university, country, a division or part of any of these, or, more generally, anything else.
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... these roles as of July 1944 Generaloberst Ludwig Beck (Army) – President Carl Friedrich Goerdeler (DNVP) – Chancellor Wilhelm Leuschner (SPD) – Vice-Chancellor Paul Löbe (SPD) – President ...
... The Congolese president, Joseph Kasavubu, fires Patrice Lumumba's entire government, and also places Lumumba under house arrest ... President Dwight D. 26 – The leading candidates for President of the United States, Richard Nixon and John F ...
... of 1996 was a contest between the Democratic national ticket of President Bill Clinton from Arkansas and Vice President Al Gore from Tennessee and the Republican national ticket of former Senator ... On November 5, 1996, President Clinton went on to win re-election with a substantial margin in the popular vote and electoral college ...
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... The current president is Zheng Xiaojing (郑晓静). ...
More definitions of "president":
- (noun): The head administrative officer of a college or university.
- (noun): The office of the United States head of state.
Example: "A President is elected every four years"
Synonyms: President of the United States, Chief Executive
- (noun): An executive officer of a firm or corporation.
- (noun): The officer who presides at the meetings of an organization.
Synonyms: chairman, chairwoman, chair, chairperson
- (noun): The chief executive of a republic.
Famous quotes containing the word president:
“I do not choose to run for President in nineteen twenty-eight.”
—Calvin Coolidge (18721933)
“How much would it cost you to stand at the wrong end of a shooting gallery?”
—S.J. Perelman, U.S. screenwriter, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, and Norman Z. McLeod. Groucho Marx, Horsefeathers, Huxley College president to con artist Baravelli (Chico Marx)
“There can only be one Commander-in-Chief. In these times, crises cannot be managed and wars cannot be waged by committee. To the ears of the world, the President speaks for the nation. While he is of course ultimately accountable to Congress, the courts, and the people, he and his emissaries must not be handicapped in advance in their relations with foreign governments as has sometimes happened in the past.”
—Gerald R. Ford (b. 1913)