English [ edit ]
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Etymology [ edit ]
Old French , from presider Latin ( praesidere “ to preside ”), from ( pre- “ before ”) + ( sedere “ to sit ”).
preside ( third-person singular simple present , presides present participle , presiding simple past and past participle ) presided
( intransitive ) To act as president or chairperson.
( intransitive ) To exercise authority or control, oversit.
( intransitive , music ) To be a featured solo performer.
Translations [ edit ]
to act as a president or chairperson
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Italian [ edit ]
preside ( m, f plural ) presidi
( education ) headmaster , m headmistress , f headteacher, schoolmaster
( education ) dean, principal
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Portuguese [ edit ]
third-person singular present indicative of presidir
second-person singular imperative of presidir
Spanish [ edit ]
Third-person singular ( , él , also used with ella usted ) present indicative form of ? . presidir
Informal second-person singular ( ) affirmative imperative form of tú . presidir