Definition of secretarial in English:

secretarial

adjective

  • Relating to the work or position of a secretary.

    ‘a secretarial job’
    ‘secretarial staff’
    ‘secretarial skills’
    • ‘I didn't think to ask about secretarial support.’
    • ‘Her dislike of secretarial work surfaces in her relationship with her 'kindred spirit', who is also a writer.’
    • ‘According to a survey by a secretarial recruitment firm, 65 per cent of workers admit to using business buzzwords.’
    • ‘Recruitment activity is highest at the legal executive and secretarial levels.’
    • ‘As a youngster, she dreamed of being a ballet dancer, but was instead persuaded to take a secretarial course.’
    • ‘Her mother advised her to go to secretarial school.’
    • ‘The hotel's business centre has office services, a reference library, computer workroom, and secretarial services.’
    • ‘She joined the bank as a typist in 1987, following her graduation from college with a basic secretarial qualification.’
    • ‘Two members volunteered to share the secretarial duties.’
    • ‘There is no central office or secretarial pool.’

Pronunciation

secretarial

/sɛkrɪˈtɛːrɪəl/