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Pronunciation of Chancellors: Learn how to pronounce Chancellors in English correctly

Learn how to say Chancellors correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word chancellor:

noun
the head of the government in several European countries
(US) the president of a university or, in some colleges, the chief administrative officer
(British & Canadian) the honorary head of a university Compare vice chancellor (sense 1)
(US) (in some states) the presiding judge of a court of chancery or equity
(British) the chief secretary of an embassy
(Christianity) a clergyman acting as the law officer of a bishop
(archaic) the chief secretary of a prince, nobleman, etc
Derived Forms
ˈchancellorˌship noun
Word Origin
C11: from Anglo-French chanceler, from Late Latin cancellārius porter, secretary, from Latin cancellī lattice; see chancel