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prexy

slang A shortening of "president," typically used in reference to that of a company or university. I heard the prexy is going to resign because of the allegations against the school's administraton. The VP will become the new prexy next month.

prexy

n. a president. This year’s prexy will retire in March.
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Most confirmed these assertions--even though production prexies hail from various backgrounds and have different job descriptions and authority, depending on their studio.
Goodman took the reins at DreamWorks last year at the age of 31, making him the youngest of the 10 major-studio production prexies.
Some prexies feel nostalgic toward their former lives as a production VP, where, as one prexy says, "It's perfect.
As such, Birnbaum's gig has become the not-so-secret goal post for so many production prexies.