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chief
tʃiːf
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Most important element.
(名) As a noun
  1. A person who exercises control over workers.
  2. A person who is in charge.
  3. The head of a tribe or clan.
Hyphenationchief
Part of Speech(名) noun, (形) adjective, (副) adverb
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领袖lǐngxiùleader
酋长qiúzhǎngheadman (of primitive people); tribal chief; used as translation for foreign leaders, e.g. Indian Rajah or Arab Sheik or Emir
长官zhǎngguānsenior official; senior officer; commanding officer; sir (term of address for senior officer)
主要部分zhǔyào bùfenmarrowbone
主要zhǔyàomain; principal; major; primary
首位shǒuwèifirst place
kuíchief; head; outstanding; exceptional; stalwart
魁首kuíshǒuchief; first; brightest and best
主帅zhǔshuàichief; commander; manager
首席shǒuxíchief (representative, correspondent etc)
zhǎngchief; head; elder; to grow; to develop; to increase; to enhance
头头tóutóuhead; chief
魁元kuíyuánbrightest and best; chief; first among peers
shǒuhead; chief; first (occasion, thing etc); measure word for poems, songs, etc.
冠冕guānmiǎnroyal crown; official hat; official; leader; chief; elegant and stately
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