From King Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishPresidentPres‧i‧dent, president /ˈprezɪdənt/ ●●● S2 W2 noun [countable] 1 PGOthe official leader of a country that does not have a king or queenvice-presidentPresident of the president of France President Bush2 SSOBOthe person who has the highest position in a company or organizationvice-presidentPresident of the president of General Motors
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PresidentPresident Chirac visited Japan this week.President LincolnI used to be president of the United States.Mandela was already in his seventies when he became president.Angry shareholders called for the resignation of the company president.Who is the current president of the United States?Neither were the auditors able to find Heritage's former president, Joseph Mollicone, to inquire where the money might be.It was Dever's job to advise the president on his public image.We believe the president has a very strong record in the gay and lesbian community.A determination to rein in the president also lay behind the Case Act that became law in 1972.The president of a small environmental group has filed an ethics complaint against Republican Sen.the president of CBS newsthe President of EgyptPresident ofthe President of Drew Universitythe President of Mexico
From King Business Dictionarypresidentpres‧i‧dent /ˈprezɪdənt/ noun [countable]1American English the person in charge of a large company, bank etcSandor Csanyi, the bank’s president, said that their objective is to have 200 branches in Romania. vice president2the official leader of a country that does not have a king or queenOrigin president (1300-1400) French président, from Latin, present participle of praesidere; PRESIDE