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vice–chancellor

noun vice–chan·cel·lor \ˈvīs-ˈchan(t)-s(ə-)lər, ˌvīs-\

: a person who has a rank just below that of a chancellor

: the person who runs a British university

Full Definition of VICE-CHANCELLOR

1
:  an officer ranking next below a chancellor and serving as deputy to the chancellor
2
:  chief administrative officer in a British university
3
:  a judge appointed to act for or to assist a chancellor

First Known Use of VICE-CHANCELLOR

15th century

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