[ US /daɪˈɹɛktɝˌʃɪp, dɝˈɛktɝˌʃɪp, diˈɹɛktɝˌʃɪp, dɪˈɹɛktɝˌʃɪp/ ]
[ UK /da‍ɪɹˈɛktəʃˌɪp/ ]
  1. the position of a director of a business concern
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How To Use directorship In A Sentence

  • My father resigned his directorship last year.
  • Mrs Taylor's business interests last year included seven company secretaryships and two directorships.
  • He resigned his directorship and left the firm.
  • I would only like the term of our "directorship" be expanded, as its originator (?) ... Dissident Voice
  • The Institute was established in 1960 under the directorship of Professor Leon Radzinowicz.
  • I have decided to recommend you for the directorship.
  • In all cases where land is transferred to a director or employee, an inspector must consider whether the transfer is at full value and, if not, whether the undervalue is a profit from the directorship or employment.
  • The shift in directorship was not an easy issue; it was connected to the relations to the neighboring institutes, the political situation in Austria, and the culture of physics that Meyer wanted to establish in Vienna. Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna
  • He could earn up to £1m a year in salary and emoluments from many directorships.
  • The ulpan continued to operate in her spirit, under the directorship of Ephraim Lapid (who in 1948 was her pupil in first grade). Shulamith Katznelson.
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