Meaning of secretaryship in English:

secretaryship

noun

See secretary

  • ‘Mrs Taylor's business interests last year included seven company secretaryships and two directorships.’
  • ‘He replaces Peter Hain, who now combines the Welsh and Northern Ireland secretaryships.’
  • ‘As I had done a course in company secretaryship, I decided to take up the project.’
  • ‘His solidarity on that occasion propelled him to assume the general secretaryship of the St Lucia Workers Cooperative Union.’
  • ‘The office has existed in England for at least 800 years, and began as a sort of secretaryship to the King.’

Pronunciation

secretaryship

/ˈsɛkrɪt(ə)rɪʃɪp/