cochair

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Etymology[edit]

co- +‎ chair

Noun[edit]

cochair (plural cochairs)

  1. Someone who serves as the chair of a meeting or organization together with one or more other chairs.
    • 1988 February 19, Ben Joravsky, “A referendum gorws in the 47th Ward: boosting the current against Com Ed rate hikes”, in Chicago Reader[1]:
      "On the referendum, people are asked to vote yes or no," says Hoyt, who is cochair of the Coalition for Lower Electric Rates [] .

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Verb[edit]

cochair (third-person singular simple present cochairs, present participle cochairing, simple past and past participle cochaired)

  1. (transitive) To chair (a meeting) jointly.