lieutenant governor

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lieutenant governor (plural lieutenant governors)

  1. (Canada, government) The representative of the Crown in the provincial legislatures of Canada.
  2. (US, government) The next-in-line to the chief executive of a primary political division of the United States of America, such as a state, second to the governor.

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