(1948-) US heavyweight boxer who was the undisputed world heavyweight champion 1973–74. In Nov 1994, at the age of 45, Foreman became the oldest boxer ever to win a championship when he knocked out Michael Moorer to win the International Boxing Federation and World Boxing Association heavyweight title belts. Foreman had retired from boxing 1977, but returned to the sport 1987.
City in Arkansas (USA); zip code 71836.
(Irregular plural: foremen).
1. A man who is foreperson of a jury.
2. A person who exercises control over workers; SYN. chief, gaffer, honcho, boss.
Or supervisor worker in charge of a group of shop floor workers or junior staff (the worker in this position is usually known as a foreman in the manufacturing industry and a supervisor in the service industry). The foreman is part of the hierarchy of a business organization, passing down decisions from higher up the organization and giving feedback from those below.