A second helping of something to eat
One who manages affairs or expenditures, as of a household, a client (as an entertainer or athlete), an athletic team, etc.
One who is appointed or assigned to a position or a public or private office or to perform a task.
The definition of an aide is a person who does certain things for another person that makes that person's job easier or more efficient.
Assistant means anything that helps something else.
An elected or appointed representative of a US territory in the House of Representatives who is entitled to speak but not vote.
An agent is defined as someone or something that makes something happen.
Any person assigned by another to carry out disagreeable or unscrupulous tasks
A servant; a subordinate; an officer or assistant of inferior rank; hence, an agent, an instrument.
One who receives the authority to speak for or act for another. A proxy is often allowed to vote in place of a corporation’s stockholder(s) at a periodic meeting.
One that serves as a delegate or agent for another.
(Gram.) Any word or word group, as a pronoun, the verb to do, etc., used in place of another word or words (Ex.: did for shouted in “she shouted, and he did, too”)
One that takes the place of another; a substitute.
(R.C.Ch.) A church officer acting as a deputy of a bishop
A person appointed by another, esp. by a ruler, to exercise the latter's power and authority; deputy
(Slang) A supervisor; a boss.
(Mil.) A staff officer who serves as an administrative assistant to the commanding officer
A member of a foreign body of troops serving a country in war.
(Ecclesiastical) A subordinate bishop designated as an assistant and usually as a successor to the bishop of a given diocese.
One that helps:
someone authorized to exercise the powers of sheriff in emergencies
Find another word for deputy. In this page you can discover 39 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for deputy, like: lieutenant, second, manager, appointee, aide, assistant, delegate, agent, bailiff, envoy and hatchet-man.