Definition of DCI in English:


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  • (In the UK) Detective Chief Inspector.
    More example sentences
    • They fall far short of the standards expected of a DCI at the relevant time, or any time in my experience.
    • As Sam focuses on the case it seems that the biggest obstacle standing between him and success is his new DCI and his very different attitude to policing.
    • When a woman dies mysteriously in Bradfield Hospital, DCI Jordan orders a postmortem against the wishes of the doctors.

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Pronunciation: grəʊˈtɛskəri
grotesque quality or grotesque things collectively