di·rec·tor noun \də-ˈrek-tər, dī-\
: a person who manages an organized group of people or a part of an organization (such as a school or business)
: one of a group of managers who control a company or corporation
: a person who directs a play, movie, etc.
: one who directs: as
a : the head of an organized group or administrative unit (as a bureau or school)
b : one of a group of persons entrusted with the overall direction of a corporate enterprise
c : a person who supervises the production of a show (as for stage or screen) usually with responsibility for action, lighting, music, and rehearsals
d : conductor c
— di·rec·tor·ship \-ˌship\ noun
Examples of DIRECTOR
- The company will hire a new director of marketing.
- She's the director of graduate studies at the university.
- She's considered one of the best young directors in Hollywood.
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Rhymes with DIRECTOR
di·rec·tor noun \də-ˈrek-tər, dī-\ (Medical Dictionary)
: an instrument grooved to guide and limit the motion of a surgical knife
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