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Chancellor

  
  ( Chancellors    plural  )
1       n-title; n-count   Chancellor is the title of the head of government in Germany and Austria.  
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...Chancellor Gerhard Schröder of Germany., ...as the Chancellor arrived.     
2       n-count   In Britain, the Chancellor is the Chancellor of the Exchequer.  
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3       n-count   The Chancellor of a British university is the official head of the university. The Chancellor does not take part in running the university.  
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4       n-count   The head of some American universities is called theChancellor.  
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    vice-chancellor  


Chancellor of the Exchequer        ( Chancellors of the Exchequer    plural  ) The Chancellor of the Exchequer is the minister in the British government who makes decisions about finance and taxes.      n-count  
vice-chancellor        ( vice-chancellors    plural  )
1       n-count   In a British university, the vice-chancellor is the person in charge of academic and administrative matters.  
2       n-count   In an American university, the vice-chancellor is the person next in rank below the chancellor, who acts as the chancellor's deputy or substitute.  
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