directorate[ dih-rek-ter-it, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF directorate
Synonyms for directorate
- executive suite
- front office
- micro management
- person upstairs
- top brass
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIRECTORATE
The very staff of the directorate at the War Office had the same quality.
It came to an end during the directorate of Alexander Lowe, who was appointed in 1856.
A directorate—a few directorates—a snug place at Court—who knows?
The Directorate will give you a refund of the purchase price.
These subsidiary companies are also controlled by the Directorate.
Hartmann and Paul Milliet advised me to inform the directorate of the Opra.
Are you really going to join the Directorate of the Metropolitan?
Nor was Mr. Winter the only man of his kidney on that directorate.
Throughout the five years of the Directorate he had been scheming and working for self-advancement.
The directorate is divided into various functional sectors, for example, one dealing with the press.