foreperson

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fore- +‎ person

Noun[edit]

foreperson (plural forepersons or forepeople)

  1. (management) A (male or female) leader of a work crew (a foreman or forewoman).
  2. (law) The (male or female) member of a jury who presides over it and speaks on its behalf (a foreman or forewoman).

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