1. a person who is in charge;
2. a person who exercises control over workers;
1. most important element;
The chief criminals shall be punished without fail, those who are accomplices under duress shall go unpunished and those who perform deeds of merIt'shall be rewarded.
Singing is her chief delight.
Peanuts now outrank cotton as the chief crop.
The gang chief went everywhere accompanied by his henchman.
The chief engineer is very busy and can't be in attendance at today's meeting.
His chief playmate was his dog.
He gave the name of the chief culprit.
His chief worry was that he might fail.
The Chief Justice gave his judgement the week before.
Playing billiards is my chief recreation.
He's the president's chief political strategist.
Her chief hates are gambling and stealing.
Vincent's father is a tribal chief.
Chief Supt Pauline Clark
In the squash court his chief aim is to flatten me.
NATO remains the United States' chief institutional anchor in Europe.
The repository of all important knowledge in a small town was the chief barman of the local pub.
That's John Gibb, operations chief for New York Emergency Management.
He sent a letter inviting Naomi to attend his installation as chief of his tribe.
The chief sponsor of the New York law, state Senator Emanuel Gold, says he's not giving up.
The Chief Inspector disliked being overburdened with insignificant detail.
The chief of naval operations wants to open opportunities for women in the Navy.
Financial stress is well established as a chief reason for divorce.
"I'd like to talk to the lads if you don't mind." — "Of course not, Chief."
I have not achieved my goal in becoming chief constable, a rank I know I could have worthily held.
The Chief Constable deeply resented any intrusions into his manor.
The chief protagonists in the row are Visa and Mastercard, the world's leading credit card brands.
75 percent of chief executives come from inside the company.
If she were involved in business, she would make a strong chief executive.
chief cook and bottle-washer
(informal)a person who performs a variety of important but routine tasks
(Heraldry)at the top; in the upper part
too many chiefs and not enough Indians
used to describe a situation where there are too many people giving orders and not enough people to carry them out
chief, head, leader, boss
chief, principal, main, major, leading, capital, foremost, primary
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