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    #1

    new chair

    Hi.

    This sentence is from dictionary.com.

    The new chair takes office after the first of the year. (source: take office)

    I wonder if new chair means "new chairman". I looked up and I think it is.

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    Re: new chair

    You have the right idea, but it might be a chairwoman.

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