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first minister




first minister (plural first ministers)

  1. (Britain, Ireland) The leader of the devolved governments of Wales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland.
  2. (Canada) Any of the ten provincial premiers or the prime minister of Canada.
    A first ministers meeting is used to discuss inter-governmental affairs

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