Definition of tribuneship in English:

tribuneship

noun

  • See tribune

    • ‘His father clearly rose through the ranks, so this would suggest that he did not start among the privileged elite who would have had tribuneships from their youth.’
    • ‘When the term of his tribuneship expired, Tiberius presented himself for re-election.’
    • ‘Tiberius next filled up the vacant tribuneship by getting one of his own dependents put into the office.’
    • ‘He was awarded a military tribuneship and equestrian rank.’
    • ‘In 123 he stood for the tribuneship and was a second time elected in the following year.’

Pronunciation

tribuneship

/ˈtrɪbjuːnʃɪp/