Chief vs. Cheif

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Which is correct: Chief or Cheif

How to spell Chief?

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Main Difference

The main difference between Chief and Cheif is that the Chief is a a leader or ruler of a people or clan and Cheif has no English definition. It is generally be misspelled.

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  • Chief (noun)

    A leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc. from 13th c.

    “All firefighters report to the fire chief.”

  • Chief (noun)

    The top part of a shield or escutcheon. from 15th c.

  • Chief (noun)

    An informal address to an equal.

    “Hey, chief.”

  • Chief (adjective)

    Primary; principal.

    “Negligence was the chief cause of the disaster.”

  • Chief (verb)

    To smoke cannabis.

  • Cheif (noun)

    Obsolete spelling of chief.

  • Chief (noun)

    a leader or ruler of a people or clan

    “Chief Banawi”

    “the chief of the village”

  • Chief (noun)

    the head of an organization

    “a union chief”

    “the chief of police”

  • Chief (noun)

    an informal form of address to a man, especially one of superior rank or status

    “it’s quite simple, chief”

  • Chief (noun)

    an ordinary consisting of a broad horizontal band across the top of the shield.

  • Chief (noun)

    the upper third of the field.

  • Chief (adjective)

    most important

    “chief among her concerns is working alone at night”

    “the chief reason for the spending cuts”

  • Chief (adjective)

    having or denoting the highest rank

    “the chief economist of a leading bank”

Oxford Dictionary

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