Director

Director,

Definition of Director:

  1. A person who is in charge of an activity, department, or organization.

  2. Person who leads, manages, or supervises an organization, program, or project. See also company director.

Synonyms of Director

Leader, Chief, Boss, Controller, Master, Supervisor, Governor, Superintendent, Foreman, Forewoman, Headman, Kapellmeister, MC, Administrator, Auteur, Ballyhoo man, Band leader, Band major, Bandmaster, Banker, Barker, Baron, Big boss, Big businessman, Big cheese, Boss, Business leader, Businessman, Callboy, Captain, Captain of industry, Castellan, Chairman, Chatelain, Chatelaine, Chief, Cicerone, Commandant, Commander, Conductor, Costume designer, Costumer, Costumier, Drum major, Emcee, Enterpriser, Entrepreneur, Equestrian director, Executive, Exhibitor, Financier, Foreman, Gaffer, Governor, Guide, Head, Headman, Helmsman, Impresario, Industrialist, Intendant, King, Kingpin, Leader, Little businessman, Maestro, Magnate, Makeup man, Man of commerce, Manager, Master, Master of ceremonies, Number one, Official, Orchestra leader, Overseer, Pilot, Playreader, President, Principal, Producer, Prompter, Ringmaster, Ruler, Scenewright, Set designer, Showman, Skipper, Spieler, Stage director, Stage manager, Steersman, Superintendent, Supervisor, Symphonic conductor, Theater man, Theatrician, Ticket collector, Top dog, Top executive, Tycoon, Usher, Usherer, Usherette, Vice-president

How to use Director in a sentence?

  1. He has been appointed finance director.
  2. The man was a great director and made a lot of memorable movies that I still watch and enjoy a lot.
  3. The art director ran the show today, everything she say will go. He will also pay the cast and staff.
  4. Sometimes it is best to just be a worker on a project instead of the director so you face less blame if things go wrong.

Meaning of Director & Director Definition