Definitions of "vice-chancellor"
  1. The position directly below a chancellor, responsible for assisting or deputizing the role
  2. A judicial official assigned to aid or replace a chancellor if necessary
How to use "vice-chancellor" in a sentence
  1. When the chancellor was away, the vice-chancellor took over all of his duties.
  2. In times of backlog in the court system, a vice-chancellor is usually appointed to help alleviate the heavy caseload.
  3. The vice-chancellor provided sound advice to the chancellor, providing valuable support in making key legal decisions.

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