Translation for 'leader' from English to Russian
NOUN   a leader | leaders
SYNO drawing card | leader | loss leader
лидер {м}leader
руководитель {м}leader
вождь {м} [идейный, политический руководитель]leader [political chief]
полководец {м}
military leader
руководитель {м} коллективаteam leader
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Usage Examples English
  • Conservative group leader Jeremy Pembroke (Cosford) remained as council leader until April 2011, when Mark Bee (Beccles) succeeded him.
  • Morning Musume contains a leader and a sub-leader role, which consists of providing moral support to the group.
  • Each party elects a floor leader, who is known as the majority leader or minority leader.
  • Green was elected Leader of the European Parliamentary Labour Party (EPLP) in 1993, beating incumbent leader Glyn Ford.
  • Following then-leader Hitomi Yoshizawa's graduation from Morning Musume on May 6, 2007, sub-leader Miki Fujimoto was promoted to leader and Takahashi filled in as the new sub-leader of the group.

  • Prominent members are Mohammad Mosaddegh (leader of the party during 1949–1960), Allah-Yar Saleh (leader during 1960–1964), Karim Sanjabi (leader during 1967–1988), Adib Boroumand (leader during 1993–2017) and Davoud Hermidas-Bavand (current spokesperson).
  • Amanda Chadderton is a British Labour politician and leader of Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council.
  • The Independence Party alliance was led by Labour leader Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, IFB leader Sookdeo Bissoondoyal and CAM leader Abdool Razack Mohamed.
  • From June 2019 to May 2021, Catley was Deputy Leader of the ALP and hence Deputy Leader of the Opposition. Catley resigned as deputy leader on 28 May 2021 along with leader Jodi McKay.
  • After council leader Chris Pearson (Tendring Rural West), wasn't reelected in Maypole, Mervyn Juliff (Great Parndon) became council leader until the departure of the 19 Southend and Thurrock councilors, at which point Conservative group leader Paul White became leader.

  • Following the 2017 state election, which resulted in Nationals leader Brendon Grylls losing his seat, Deputy Leader Mia Davies was confirmed as the new party leader with Boydell confirmed as her Deputy Leader, a historic landmark in WA political history.
  • A deputy leader (in Scottish English, sometimes depute leader) in the Westminster system is the second-in-command of a political party, behind the party leader.
  • At a party meeting on 17 March 2017, Bryan Green resigned as Tasmanian Labor leader. White was elected leader unopposed, and hence Leader of the Opposition.
  • The Scouts within the Troop are divided into Patrols, ideally of 6-8 members, with a Patrol Leader and an Assistant Patrol Leader.
  • The five participants were Conservative leader and incumbent prime minister Stephen Harper, Liberal leader Stéphane Dion, NDP leader Jack Layton, Bloc Québécois leader Gilles Duceppe, and Green Party leader Elizabeth May.

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