noun trea·sur·er \ˈtre-zhə-rər, ˈtrā-; ˈtrezh-rər, ˈtrāzh-\

: someone who is officially in charge of the money that is taken in and paid out by a government, business, organization, etc.

Full Definition of TREASURER

:  a guardian of a collection of treasures :  curator
:  an officer entrusted with the receipt, care, and disbursement of funds: as
a :  a governmental officer charged with receiving, keeping, and disbursing public revenues
b :  the executive financial officer of a club, society, or business corporation
trea·sur·er·ship \-ˌship\ noun

Examples of TREASURER

  1. She is treasurer of the college.

First Known Use of TREASURER

14th century


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