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leadership
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
leadership /'li:dəʃip/
  • danh từ
    • sự lânh đạo
      • under the leadership of the Communist Party: dưới sự lânh đạo của đảng Cộng sản
    • khả năng lânh đạo; đức tính của người lânh đạo
    • bộ phận lânh đạo, tập thể lânh đạo
Concise Dictionary
leaderships'lɪːdə(r)ʃɪp
noun
+the activity of leading
+the body of people who lead a group
+the status of a leader
+the ability to lead

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
direction, guidance, management, directorship, administration, supervision, command, regulation, control, operation, influence, initiative; governorship, superintendence, running:
The company made huge profits under Katherine's leadership. The leadership of the country at this time was in the hands of the privileged class.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U] the state or position of being a leader: a leadership contest + The party thrived under his leadership. + Who will take over the leadership of the club?
2 [U] the ability to be a leader or the qualities a good leader should have: leadership qualities / skills + Strong leadership is needed to captain the team. + Many in the party have criticized his lack of leadership.
3 [C+sing./pl. v.] a group of leaders of a particular organization, etc: The party leadership is / are divided.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

clear, effective, firm, outstanding, real, strong
He was praised for his firm leadership.
| poor, weak | charismatic, dynamic, visionary | hardline | traditional | personal | deputy
He is standing in the deputy leadership election.
| collective, joint | local, national, world | Conservative, Labour, etc. | cultural, industrial, intellectual, military, moral, political, spiritual
Political leadership needs a particular combination of skills.
| church, government, parliamentary, party, union

VERB + LEADERSHIP

assume, take on/over
When Smith died, Blair took over the leadership of the party.
| assert
her method of asserting personal leadership
| exercise, provide, show
In the crisis he showed real leadership.

LEADERSHIP + NOUN

bid, campaign, challenge | ballot, battle, contest, election, race, struggle | role | structure | style | qualities, skills
He lacks leadership qualities.

PREP.

under sb's ~
The school has flourished under the leadership of Mr Buxton.
| ~ from
What is really needed is clear leadership from the prime minister.
| ~ in
Leadership in science now went to the United States.

PHRASES

a challenge to sb's leadership
She withstood several challenges to her leadership.
| a lack of leadership, sb's style of leadership



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