(in England and Wales from 1888 to 1974 and in Wales from 1996) a borough administered independently of any higher tier of local government
(in the Republic of Ireland) any of the four largest boroughs, governed independently of the administrative county around it by an elected council that constitutes an all-purpose authority
noun 1. an elective county official in most U.S. states who generally keeps records of property titles, distributes ballots, issues licenses, etc. noun an elected official in many US states who is responsible for the documents and records of a county Examples County clerks record property titles, distribute ballots, issue licenses, etc.
noun 1. a member of a U.S. county board overseeing the collection and disbursement of funds and other affairs of the county.
noun 1. 2. noun 1. (in England) a local court exercising limited jurisdiction in civil matters
noun 1. a competitive exhibition of farm products, livestock, etc., often held annually in the same place in the county.