Commissioner meaning

kə-mĭsh'ə-nər
The definition of a commissioner is someone authorized to make a decision or an order by a commission, or a government official who is in charge of a department.

An example of a commissioner is one of those elected to a county board in order to make local government decisions.

An example of a commissioner is a police commissioner.

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A member of a commission.
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A person authorized by a commission to perform certain duties.
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A governmental official in charge of a department.

A police commissioner.

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An official selected by an athletic association or league to exercise administrative or regulatory powers over it.

A baseball commissioner.

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A person authorized to do certain things by a commission or warrant.
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A member of a commission.
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An official in charge of a certain government bureau, commission, departmental office, etc.
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An official appointed to administer a territory, province, etc.
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A person selected to regulate and control a professional sport or an association of amateur athletic teams.
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A member of a commission.
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Someone commissioned to perform certain duties.
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An official in charge of a government department, especially a police force.
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Someone who commissions something.
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Origin of commissioner