出典:『Wiktionary』 (2015/08/11 12:50 UTC 版)
From Middle English govenour, from Old French gouvreneur, from Latin gubernator, from Ancient Greek κυβερνήτης (kubernḗtēs, “steersman, pilot, guide”), from κυβερνάω (kubernáō, “to steer, to drive, to guide, to act as a pilot”), from a Mediterranean substrate, likely Pre-Greek.
- (politics) The leader of a region or state that is a member of a federation or an empire. In Rome, they were endorsed by the emperor and appointed by the Senate. In the modern United States, they are elected by the people of that state.
- A device which regulates or controls some action of a machine through automatic feedback.
- A member of a decision-making for an organization or entity (including some public agencies) similar to or equivalent to a board of directors (used especially for banks); a member of the board of governors.
- (informal) father.
- (informal) Boss, employer.
- (grammar) A constituent of a phrase that governs another.
- (dated) One who has the care or guardianship of a young man; a tutor; a guardian.
- (nautical) A pilot; a steersman.
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a governor general
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a prefectural governor
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the governor of a prison
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