Definition of deputyship in English:

deputyship

noun

  • See deputy

    • ‘Moreover, our clients are persons who were occupied or are still occupied with politics and hold public deputyships.’
    • ‘We have tried to find possible solutions for them, and have ended up with offers in medical research, leadership training and medical deputyships.’
    • ‘The deputyship presented an objection on the release sentence, the court accepted it and issued its sentence to call off the release.’
    • ‘Formal request for resignation from a deputyship is dependent on the approval of the Parliamentary General Assembly.’
    • ‘Some of the deputyships have new names.’