Pronunciation of Pre-Siding
/pɹˈiːsˈa͡ɪdɪŋ/, /pɹˈiːsˈa‍ɪdɪŋ/, /p_ɹ_ˈiː_s_ˈaɪ_d_ɪ_ŋ/

Synonyms for pre-siding:

administrative (adjective)

authoritative, bureaucratic, central, commanding, deciding, decisive, departmental, directive, executive, governmental, in charge, jurisdictional, legislative, managerial, official, organizational, regulative, regulatory, ruling, supervising, supervisory, Directorial, Presiding, Superintending, in control, policy-making.

dominant (adjective)

ascendant, assertive, bossy, chief, demonstrative, despotic, domineering, effective, first, foremost, imperative, imperious, leading, main, overbearing, paramount, powerful, predominant, predominate, preeminent, preponderant, prevailing, prevalent, principal, regnant, reigning, sovereign, supreme, surpassing, transcendent, Obtaining, outweighing, overbalancing, overweighing.

managerial (adjective)


presiding (adjective)

controlling, directing, governing, Managing.

act (verb)

accomplish, achieve, begin, carry out, consummate, cook, create, develop, enforce, execute, function, go about, intrude, labor, maneuver, move, percolate, perk, perpetrate, persevere, persist, practice, preside, pursue, respond, serve, take effect, take part, undertake, work out, take up, knock off, go for broke, DO, go in for, make progress, go for it, do a number, do one's thing, get in there, go that route, go to town, take steps, transort.

hold (verb)

assemble, call, celebrate, convene, have, solemnize.

manage (verb)

advocate, boss, call the shots, captain, care for, command, concert, counsel, designate, disburse, dominate, engineer, guide, influence, instruct, maintain, manipulate, minister, pilot, ply, regulate, request, rule, steer, superintend, take over, train, use, watch, watch over, wield, engage in, call upon, take care of, hold down, take the helm.

moderate (verb)

judge, negotiate, referee, umpire, make peace, take the chair.

officiate (verb)

act, emcee.

preside (verb)

administer, advise, carry on, chair, conduct, control, direct, govern, handle, head, head up, keep, lead, manage, officiate, operate, ordain, oversee, run, supervise, do the honors, be at the head of, be in driver's seat, call the signals, pull the strings, run the show, sit on top of.

rule (verb)

bridle, curb, decree, dictate, domineer, hold sway, order, overrule, preponderate, prevail, reign, restrain, sway, rule the roost, be in power, lay down the law, crack the whip, be in authority, hold the reins, keep under one's thumb.

sit (verb)

come together, deliberate, meet, open, be in session, hold an assembly.

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dis posed

abandon, able, abstain.