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The whole point is that a new president should have a fresh team that share his outlook. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Austrian voters will elect a new president next month. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He will not have much trouble getting in the side - as he is also club president. The Sun (2016)The company 's president is already in jail on corruption charges. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We should reach out and offer to work closely with the new President of our oldest ally. The Sun (2016)He was president of which country from 1982 to 1990? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Modern French presidents have all been elected on the back of a pledge to restore the nation's economic health through painless reforms. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It should have been the triumphant homecoming of a hero, the preamble to a glorious new career as his country 's next president. Times, Sunday Times (2017)What is important is not to be rich or famous or president or king. Christianity Today (2000)Your country has newly won its independence and you have become president. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Not many people get knighted and become president in such a short period! The Sun (2016)No new president is going to waste his time on a leader who might be out of office in months. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But any new president would wish to defer it to avoid making tough choices in his first year in office. Times, Sunday Times (2008)As a former president of the republic, he could not. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The airline's new president will obviously want to stay close to the action. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Be president of your company? Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)Then they gave me a precise prescription for how to reorganise the company into two units, with a president heading each. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He had joined a small company of three presidents who had succeeded through death and subsequently been re-elected in their own right. Truman (1986)This documentary on the problems facing the president of the republic as he comes up for re-election was timely and surprisingly interesting. Times, Sunday Times (2011)When her husband took over as vice president in 1977 she began advising Carter. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Future chief executives, presidents, and world leaders sit before you. Times, Sunday Times (2010)No one blamed the father, the king, the president for mistreatment by his minions. The Tribes Triumphant (2006)Many of the French president's domestic critics would sympathise with that view. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It has an elected president of the republic, whose tenure is limited to two consecutive four-year terms. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They note how the No 10 operation is small compared to the offices of most presidents and heads of government. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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British English: president /ˈprɛzɪdənt/ NOUN
The president of a country that has no king or queen is the person who is the head of state of that country.
The president vetoed the bill.
- American English: president
- Arabic: رَئِيس
- Brazilian Portuguese: presidente
- Chinese: 总统
- Croatian: predsjednik
- Czech: prezident
- Danish: præsident
- Dutch: president
- European Spanish: presidente gobierno
- Finnish: presidentti
- French: président
- German: Präsident
- Greek: πρόεδρος
- Italian: presidente
- Japanese: 大統領
- Korean: 대통령
- Norwegian: president
- Polish: prezydent
- European Portuguese: presidente
- Romanian: președinte
- Russian: президент
- Spanish: presidente
- Swedish: president
- Thai: ประธานาธิบดี
- Turkish: başkan şirket
- Ukrainian: президент
- Vietnamese: chủ tịch
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