Definition of secondee in English:


Pronunciation /ˌsekənˈdē/



See second

‘What has been demonstrated is that they've been secondees to the Australian Crime Commission and they've been the subject of corruption allegations.’
  • ‘Staff consist of secondees on two to three-year leave from departments.’
  • ‘During its time in opposition, Andersen supplied secondees and ‘free work’ for Labour.’
  • ‘Six staff are employed by the service, including two secondees from the Home Office and the Immigration Advisory Service UK.’
  • ‘‘As a secondee to the Mayor's office I look forward to helping London enhance its reputation at the cutting edge of the new global economy,’ he said.’