a person who presides over a meeting, committee, board, etc.
the administrative head of a department in a high school, college, or university.
another word for chairman (sense 1)
1971, American English, from chair (n.) + person.
a light, open carriage, usually with a hood, especially a one-horse, two-wheeled carriage for two persons; shay. post chaise. a chaise longue, especially a light one used out of doors. Also called chaise d’or, C02/C0299000 sheyz dawr, ʃeɪz ˈdɔr. Numismatics. a gold coin of France, first issued in the early 14th century, which bears a […]
a chair, with or without arms, for reclining, having a seat lengthened to form a complete leg rest and sometimes an adjustable back. noun (pl) chaise longues, chaises longues (ˈʃeɪz ˈlɒŋ; French) (ʃɛz lɔ̃ɡ) a long low chair for reclining, with a back and single armrest
a Buddhist shrine in India; stupa.
noun (South African) a relish made from tomatoes, onions, and spices