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low-ranking

Syllabification: low-rank·ing

Definition of low-ranking in English:

adjective

Having a low rank or position in a particular hierarchy: low-ranking police officers
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  • Most of the theories about his identity focus on low-ranking or already disgraced policemen.
  • The nine soldiers convicted in the Abu Ghraib scandal have all been low-ranking Reservists.
  • In the war itself he was a low-ranking South Vietnamese officer.

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