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Noun
/ˈdepyətē/,
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deputies, plural;
  1. A person whose immediate superior is a senior figure within an organization and who is empowered to act as a substitute for this superior

  2. A parliamentary representative in certain countries


  1. someone authorized to exercise the powers of sheriff in emergencies
  2. an assistant with power to act when his superior is absent
  3. a member of the lower chamber of a legislative assembly (such as in France)
  4. a person appointed to represent or act on behalf of others
  5. The Parliament of Catalonia (Parlament de Catalunya) is the unicameral legislature of Catalonia. It is formed by 135 members ("diputats"), who are elected every four years in ordinary period, or extraordinarily upon dissolution and call of elections by the President of Catalonia, by universal ...
  6. A deputy is a legislator in many countries, particularly those with legislatures styled as a 'Chamber of Deputies' or 'National Assembly'.
  7. The Deputy, a Christian tragedy (German: Der Stellvertreter. Ein christliches Trauerspiel), also known as The Representative, is a controversial 1963 drama by Rolf Hochhuth which indicts Pope Pius XII for his claimed failure to take action or speak out against The Holocaust. ...
  8. The Deputy is a 1959-1961 half-hour NBC western series featuring Henry Fonda as Chief Marshal Simon Fry of the Arizona Territory and Allen Case as Deputy Clay McCord, a storekeeper who tried to avoid using a gun.
  9. One appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him, in his name or his behalf; a substitute in office; a lieutenant; a representative; a delegate; a vicegerent; as, the deputy of a prince, of a sheriff, of a township, etc; : A member of the Chamber of Deputies, formerly ...
  10. A player who enters the goal circle when the goalie is out of the goal circle and her team is in possession of the ball.
  11. In Ireland, the short name for someone elected to Dáil Éireann to represent their constituency (See also Constituency, TD, Teachta Dála)
  12. All high administrative officials of the Assyrian Empire had a second-in-command who could take over their duties when needed; like the primary office-holder, the deputy was chosen and appointed by the king.
  13. A fully qualified individual who, in the absence of a superior, could be delegated the authority to manage a functional operation or perform a specific task. In some cases, a Deputy could act as relief for a superior and therefore must be fully qualified in the position. ...
  14. Supervisor in charge of a section or district of a mine, and all employees working therein. The statutory duties, responsibility and authority of a deputy are set down in the regulations governing mining.
  15. safety officer for the pit crew in the mining industry
  16. A person legally authorized to access a lessee’s safe deposit box.  A deputy’s right of access stops on the death of the lessee, and may cease on the incompetence or bankruptcy of the lessee.
  17. any assistant role across many industries.
  18. A person duly authorized by an officer to serve as his or her substitute by performing some or all of the officer's functions.
  19. an official church or diocesan delegate to a meeting; a deputy may be clerical or lay.
  20. Someone appointed by the Court of Protection with ongoing legal authority, as prescribed by the Court, to make decisions on behalf of a person who lacks capacity to make particular decisions
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