- secretary bird,
- secretary of defense,
- secretary of state,
Origin of secretariat
Examples from the Web for secretariat
And also the Secretary General of the United Nations has also invited me to the Secretariat of the U.N. in New York.
But as hard as she tried, she couldn't help but make her pastel cardigan titillating in Secretariat.
They also failed to include a single woman among the 40 secretariat seats.
The field is so weak it would make a lame old plowhorse look like Secretariat.
The secretariat is under the charge of a government secretary who ranks next in precedence to the governor.
It must, however, be on record, both in Nuddea and in the Calcutta Secretariat.The Origin of Finger-Printing|William J. Herschel
Each party committee sets up its own bureau and elects a secretariat.Area Handbook for Romania|Eugene K. Keefe, Donald W. Bernier, Lyle E. Brenneman, William Giloane, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
Mr. J: (bridling) Well, Senator, we in the Secretariat don't usually refer to such an occurrence in exactly those terms.If at First You Don't...|John Brudy
The initiation of the affair by our Secretariat friend would not, in fact, preclude their participation in it.Mystery at Geneva|Rose Macaulay
- an office responsible for the secretarial, clerical, and administrative affairs of a legislative body, executive council, or international organization
- the staff of such an office
- the building or rooms in which such an office is housed
Word Origin for secretariat
"office of secretary," 1811, from French secrétariat, from Medieval Latin secretariatus, from secretarius (see secretary). Meaning "division of the Central Committeee of the USSR" is from 1926, from Russian sekretariat.