Associations to the word «Chancellor»
CHANCELLOR, noun. A judicial court of chancery, which in England and in the United States is distinctively a court with equity jurisdiction.
CHANCELLOR, noun. Head of a chancery.
CHANCELLOR, noun. An important notary; a person in charge of some area of government, often justice or finance.
CHANCELLOR, noun. The head of a university, sometimes purely ceremonial.
CHANCELLOR, noun. The head of parliamentary government in some German speaking countries.
CHANCELLOR, noun. A record keeper for a diocese or equivalent religious area.
CHANCELLOR, noun. (Scotland) Foreman of a jury.
CHANCELLOR, noun. (UK) Chancellor of the Exchequer.
CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER, proper noun. The official title held by the British cabinet minister, who is responsible for all governmental economic and financial matters, including the treasury.
CHANCELLOR, noun. The British cabinet minister responsible for finance.
CHANCELLOR, noun. The person who is head of state (in several countries).
CHANCELLOR, noun. The honorary or titular head of a university.
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