Definition of 'deputy head'
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But within three years he had advanced to become deputy head of the department. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We appointed two new heads and deputy heads. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The new deputy head teacher is punched in the face the moment she arrives. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The new deputy head teacher is punched in the face. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As deputy head of the new school, he has been involved in designing the curriculum. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I was recently a member of a primary school governors' panel charged with appointing a new deputy head. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: deputy head /ˈdɛpjʊtɪ hɛd/ NOUN
The deputy head of a school is the second most important person after the head teacher.
- American English: assistant principal
- Arabic: نَائِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: subchefe
- Chinese: 副首领
- Croatian: zamjenik direktora
- Czech: zástupce ředitele
- Danish: viceskoleinspektør
- Dutch: plaatsvervangend hoofd
- European Spanish: subdirector
- Finnish: varajohtaja
- French: directeur adjoint
- German: stellvertretender Leiter
- Greek: αναπληρωτής διευθυντής
- Italian: vicedirettore
- Japanese: 課長補佐
- Korean: 교감 학교
- Norwegian: skoleinspektør
- Polish: delegat
- European Portuguese: chefe adjunto
- Romanian: director adjunct
- Russian: заместитель руководителя
- Spanish: subdirector
- Swedish: vicerektor
- Thai: รองอาจารย์ใหญ่
- Turkish: müdür yardımcısı
- Ukrainian: заступник керівника
- Vietnamese: phó
Definition of deputy head from the Collins English Dictionary
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