Warden – meaning of the word and examples

The person in charge of a prison. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A person who is in charge of (the people) in a particular building. (Cambridge Dictionary)

The head of a college. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A person responsible for the supervision of a particular place or activity or for enforcing the regulations associated with it. (Oxford Dictionaries)

The head of certain schools, colleges, or other institutions. (Oxford Dictionaries)

warden is a person who is responsible for a particular place or thing, and for making sure that the laws or regulations that relate to it are obeyed. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

7 key duties of a fire warden. 

https://www.healthandsafetyhandbook.com.au/7-key-duties-of-a-fire-warden/

Prison Warden: Job Description, Duties and Requirements. 

https://study.com/articles/Prison_Warden_Job_Description_Duties_and_Requirements.html

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