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secretaryship
[ˈsekrəˌterɪˌʃɪp]

  • n. 书记、秘书等的职务或任期

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My Late Senatorial Secretaryship 我的前参议员秘书生涯

secretaryship [ 'sekrətriʃip ]

  • n. the position of secretary

以上来源于: WordNet

双语例句权威例句

  • It was because of that that I abandoned journalism, and took to so much duller work: tutoring and private secretaryship.

    正是为了这个原因离开了新闻界,干起了枯燥的差事:家庭教师私人秘书。

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  • She wrested the secretaryship of state from one of Jeb Bush's closest political allies, Sandra Mortham, in a strikingly brutal election.

    ECONOMIST: Lexington

  • He, however, did nothing to conceal his contempt and she, when she won the 1979 election, made no effort to heal the rift, passing him over for the foreign secretaryship that he wanted and that precedent suggested.

    ECONOMIST: Edward Heath

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