n. (context idiomatic English) The person in charge; the highest-ranking person in an organization.
Usage examples of "head honcho".
I am the head honcho, and believe me Master Fowl is going to realize that too when I'm finished talking to him.
I reckon if the head honcho here said get religion, everybody would, even if only to appear to be doing the right thing.
Or if we do have a treaty, whatever deal Hughes and the local head honcho are coo king up will no doubt stall any such proceedings we might attempt?
I am the head honcho, and believe me Master Fowl is going to realize that too when Im finished talking to him.
In addition to christening the band's obvious head honcho Alfie, I had assigned the following monickers to its menfolk: Ham, Jomo, Genly, Malcolm, Roosevelt, and Fred.
If she knows Turner deleted Charon from his matrix, that leaves you as the head honcho.