chairwoman - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "chairwoman" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

chairwoman / председательница
[ˈtʃeəwʊmən]
[ˈtʃerwʊmən]
Перевод
имя существительное
председательница
chairwoman, chairlady
Определения
имя существительное
a woman designated to preside over committee or board meetings.
Mrs. Collins had been a trustee, president and board chairwoman of Children's Hospital & Regional Medical Center.
a woman who is the administrative head of a department of instruction at a college or university.
Dr. Verna M. Keith is chairwoman of the department of sociology at Arizona State University.
Примеры
‘We have a rule of law in our country and need to work from the perspective that we will resolve these issues in a way that will bring all the people to the table,’ says committee chairwoman June Webb-Vignery.
She has been named chairwoman of the University of California at Los Angeles Center for African-American Studies Interdepartmental Program.
Mrs. Collins had been a trustee, president and board chairwoman of Children's Hospital & Regional Medical Center.
We're going to hear more next hour from the Senator and the chairwoman of that committee.
The chairwoman of the organising committee said: ‘We are still looking for more restaurants or tourist venues to offer prizes and any items for the tombola to help us raise a magnificent sum on the night.’
The College of Midwives' regional chairwoman says in larger centres, midwives are attached to hospitals to take on such cases, but in Taupo, local midwives are forced to share out the care of latecomers.
Carter was hired at Delaware State in 1993 and appointed chairwoman of the education department in 1995.
Tracy McFall, chairwoman of the Royal College of Nursing in Scotland, said action was needed to encourage more women to come forward for the top jobs.
Led by its present chairwoman , Dr. Chela Sandoval, the department currently has 12 full-time faculty members.
Alison Sayers, York branch chairwoman of the Royal College of Nursing, said staff were kept well informed of the situation.