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    editor-in-chief?

    Ladies and gentlemen, grateful if you could tell what it means.
    Thanking in advance.

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    Re: editor-in-chief?

    In-chief (combining form) indicating the head of a staff;
    "editor-in chief","commander-in-chief" etc.



    Niether native, nor teacher..

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    Re: editor-in-chief?

    Quote Originally Posted by LwyrFirat View Post
    In-chief (combining form) indicating the head of a staff;
    "editor-in chief","commander-in-chief" etc.



    Niether native, nor teacher..
    Excellent. Thank you so much.

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