cohead

noun
co·​head | \ ˌkō-ˈhed How to pronounce cohead (audio) \
variants: or co-head
plural coheads or co-heads

Definition of cohead

: a director or leader who shares responsibilities with one or more other people After fourteen years as cohead of Sotheby's American paintings department, Meilman left in 1984 …— Anne E. Berman

Other Words from cohead

cohead or co-head transitive verb coheaded or co-headed; coheading or co-heading
She co-headed the project with her father.

First Known Use of cohead

1894, in the meaning defined above

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