Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Chief"

The meaning of "Chief" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does There’s more going on than the chiefs are letting on. mean?
A: It means that the 'chiefs' are not telling them everything. Whoever is talking here thinks the 'chiefs' are not telling him everything and there is more to it.
Q: What does You do not become a chief simply by sitting on a big stool mean?
A: great answer! Thanks for helping!😁
Q: What does I am hungry but too shy for ask a chief. Kill me please😣😣 mean?
A: お腹が空きました、私はとても恥ずかしがり屋。。。” I can't translate the rest.. But what she means is that, she is hungry but too shy to ask the chef to cook for her. As for "Kill me please", usually when we say it in a conversation, we don't mean it literally. It's like saying "I'm so embarrassed!!!" or "I don't know what to do!!"
Q: What does the then chief mean?
A: The person who in charge at the time

Example sentences using "Chief"

Q: Please show me example sentences with chief.
A: The chief of the tribe is a strong and powerful warrior.

He is the chief of staff, so he has all of the power.

The chief reason he decided to run, was because it is healthy.

Synonyms of "Chief" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I bumped you up as a chief of department and I put you up as a chief of department ?
A: Yes, "bumping up" is informal
Q: What is the difference between "chief" and "chef" ?
A: Chief is a leader. Example a fire chief, the person who is in charge of firefighters.
Chef is a cook and perhaps the leader of the kitchen staff.
Q: What is the difference between chief and lord ?
A: chiefはもっと手軽です。日本語では長とか親分と意味と思います。
lordは主と同じと思います。
Q: What is the difference between a chief constable and a sergeant ?
A: "Sergeant" is used in both countries. However, "chief constable" is only used in the UK. The equivalent in the US is "chief of police".
Q: What is the difference between chief and boss ?
A: You can use both in the same way.

Translations of "Chief"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The chief of Tokyo Organizing Committee of the Olympic Paralympic Games said they might not accept people from overseas to watch the games. I will be a volunteer of the games to help people around the station, but I might miss the opportunity to do it.
A: You mean mine is OK?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? この会社ではチーフ(chief)以下の役職は名刺を作らせてもらえない
A: in this company, all the staffs below that of a chief are not given name cards
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 係長(かかりちょう)は決算(けっさん)の事務(じむ)で忙し(いそがし)そうだ。["Our chief clerk seems to be busy for the jobs related to account settlement."?]
A: I would write this shorter and simpler.

It seems that our chief clerk is busy doing some accounting.

or:

It seems that the chief clerk is busy settling some accounts.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Chief
chief
A: /tʃiːf/
(it is normally used as an adjective)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? chief
A: Chief - chefe.

Other questions about "Chief"

Q: The chief auditor failed to sign off on the report. Does this sound natural?
A: Muito natural e pronúncia excelente, ótimo trabalho!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce chief.
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Q: a chief editor “If we can enough space of our next month newspaper, I approve appearing
of your column.” Does this sound natural?
A: use" if we have enough space" instead of using "if we can enough"
Q: Please show me how to pronounce What did Jetta’s chief executive say about the situation?.
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Q: Our chief is searching for a consultant who is native to China because our latest project is related to china government. Does this sound natural?
A: ​‎almost! :)

Our chief is searching for a consultant who is a native of China because our latest project is related to the Chinese government.

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