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executive officer

the officer second in command of a military or naval organization.
an officer charged with executive duties, as in a corporation.
Origin of executive officer
1780-90 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Other relevant industry-recognized professional certifications and prior experience as a chief executive officer are desired.
  • West is the company's president and chief executive officer, and a well-known figure in biotech circles.
  • One proposes to be chairman of the board, the other sees himself as chief executive officer.
  • That's one of the reason we've got a new program executive officer and a tremendous amount of focus.
  • We take it in turns to act as a sort of executive officer for the week.
British Dictionary definitions for executive officer

executive officer

the second-in-command of any of certain military units (US) XO
a specialist seaman officer, responsible under the captain for the routine efficient running of the ship in the US, British (formerly), and certain other navies
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