Meaning of mayorship in English:

mayorship

noun

See mayor

‘But his reaction to these provocative acts is being closely scrutinised by the city's secular population, who fear his mayorship, which began on June 3, will lead to a theocratic agenda that threatens to curb their day-to-day activities.’
  • ‘It was known that in the final hours of his mayorship, he had generously offered to have New York taxpayers pony up $800 million to build new stadiums for both of the baseball teams, but this had not been a binding deal.’
  • ‘During the 4-1/2 years of my mayorship, we never implemented these separations that you are referring to.’
  • ‘Confusion reigned yesterday whether his membership of the party - and therefore his mayorship - could be terminated before he appealed against the decision.’
  • ‘He is a magistrate by virtue of his late mayorship.’