Definition of 'supremo'
Example sentences containing 'supremo'
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The new Lions supremo yesterday promised to bring world glory and champagne rugby back to the country.The Sun (2007)
The F1 supremo spoke with senior team bosses here about a new championship which would take place before the main grands prix.The Sun (2015)
But instead fears are growing that the fumbled search for a new supremo will compound the failure to unearth a player to rival the Scot.Times, Sunday Times (2013) The Sun (2014)
And the Saints supremo says they are on a better financial footing since the new board took over in May.The Sun (2008) The Sun (2011)
The F1 supremo says there is only likely to be five races in Europe in coming years as the sport goes more global.The Sun (2011)
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