|chief consul||consul general|
|(born 1945) Commander in Chief of the United States Central Command, four-star general in charge of American military troops carrying out Operation Iraqi Freedom||General Tommy R. Franks|
|(British Informal) boss, chief, person in charge; person with supreme skills or knowledge in a particular field||supremo|
|(British) chief executive officer||MD (managing director)|
|(Nautical) fasten with a rope, tie down with a rope; thread a rope through a block or pulley, Canadian town council president, district official, fasten something by reeving, female sandpiper, head of a city council, chief administrator of a town, repr...||reeve|
|1,000 dollars, grand piano, grand piano; one thousand dollars (Slang), impressive, large, impressive; dignified; fancy, magnificent, splendid, wonderful; chief, main, outstanding, principal, worthy of respect||grand|
|abstain from being in a chief position, permit oneself to be a secondary factor||take a back seat|
|abstract control, boss, chief, principal; controlling, ruling; expert, proficient, skilled; superior, control somebody, control something, controlling machine, leader, learn something, lord, ruler; captain of a ship; principal of a school; owner of a s...||master|
|Adjutant General, adjutant general; chief administrative officer of an army||AG|
|advantage, capital letter, cash for investment, center of activity, chapiter, city where national or regional government is located; property, assets, wealth; top of a column, economic resource, excellent, grave, main, chief, principal; punishable by d...||capital|
|African American woman, close woman friend, closely linked, female sibling, female sibling; nun, female member of a religious order; head nurse, chief nurse (British); close female friend; fellow woman; female advocate of feminism; fellow black woman (...||sister|
|Arab chief, Islamic religious leader, tribal patriarch (in Islamic countries), physically appealing man, shaikh, sheikh||sheik|
|assistant to chief lighting electrician||best boy|
|Attorney General, attorney general; chief law officer of a state and head of its legal department||AG|
|Australian court official, Canadian court officer, chief law enforcement officer of a county who is responsible for carrying out court orders, Scottish judge, senior official of English county, U.S. county law enforcement officer||sheriff|
|best example of its kind, chief, crown a playing piece, crown somebody king, crowned piece in checkers||king|
|blank end of tape, editorial, guide in printed matter, line at end of fishing line, line connecting hook, loss leader, main stem, musical conductor, person or thing that leads; head, chief, director; carrier; conductor (of an orchestra, chorus, etc.); ...||leader|
|boss, chief lighting electrician on movie set, employer, foreman, overseer; boss; old man (derogatory), husband||gaffer|
|capacity, cape, carton, case, catcher, Catholic, Celtic, cent, centavo, centime, century, chancellor, chapter, chief, church, circa, companion, conservative, consul, copy, copyright, corps, court, cup||C.|
|carbohydrate which forms the chief component of plant cell walls||cellulose|
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