- noun1 controls a company/an organizationADJECTIVE▪ company, managing▪ executive, non-executive▪ assistant, associate, deputy▪ senior▪
Alan Watt, senior director of marketing and strategy▪ founding▪
She is the founding director of graduate programs.▪ acting, interim▪
Ms Hidden has replaced her as acting director.▪ art, commercial, communications, editorial, finance, marketing, medical, production, sales, technical▪ national, regional▪
the company's regional director in North America▪ athletic▪
He was athletic director of Mills College.▪ personnel▪
the company's personnel director▪ museum▪
an eminent museum director and curator▪ programme/program (esp. AmE)▪
Fred Madison, technology program director for the Industrial and Technology Assistance Corp.PHRASES▪ the board of directors▪ the post of director (esp. BrE)2 of a film/movie, play, etc.ADJECTIVE▪ film (esp. BrE), movie (esp. AmE), theatre/theater▪ Bollywood, Hollywood, etc.▪ artistic, creative, musical▪ casting▪
I got a call from the casting director asking me to do a part.▪ associate▪
He became associate director of California Ballet in 1983.▪ programme/program▪
Milberg is the station manager and programme/program director at WDAM Radio.▪ award-winningPHRASES▪ the role of director▪
He now felt ready to take on the role of director.
Collocations dictionary. 2013.