Meaning of vice presidency in English:

vice presidency

Pronunciation /ˌvʌɪs ˈprɛzɪd(ə)nsi/

nounplural noun vice presidencies

See vice president

‘Three new national vice presidencies were simply added to make room for factional leaders who faced being squeezed out of the party's governing body.’
  • ‘Already a string of former generals and right-wing politicians are lining up for the vice presidency.’
  • ‘Another section includes a useful analysis of the vice-presidency and the changes and continuities it has exhibited.’
  • ‘This in turn served as a stepping stone to the vice-presidency in 1900.’
  • ‘She retains the vice presidency and would take over the presidency if Estrada were to resign or be forced out of office.’