Definición de commander en inglés:


Silabificación: com·mand·er
Pronunciación: /kəˈmandər
(abbreviation: Comdr.)


  • 1A person in authority, especially over a body of troops or a military operation: the commander of a paratroop regiment
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    • Society and the state evidence the need for the emergence of and functioning of military leaders, commanders, who enjoy authority.
    • This precedent focuses on military commanders conducting operations that affect the surrounding civilian population.
    • Without this war declaration, military commanders have no command authority over contractor personnel.
    leader, head, chief, overseer, controller; commander-in-chief, C in C, commanding officer, CO, officer
    informal boss, boss man, skipper, numero uno, number one, top dog, kingpin, head honcho, big kahuna
  • 1.1A naval officer of high rank, in particular (in the US Navy or Coast Guard) an officer ranking above lieutenant commander and below captain.
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    • Warren served in the navy for five years, and was described by his senior naval commanders as a superior able seaman.
    • This contrasted sharply with the situation of the opposing commander, Admiral Villeneuve.
    • Incidentally, this pattern was that worn by captains and commanders from 1832-1939.
  • 1.2(In certain metropolitan police departments) the officer in charge of a division, district, precinct, or squad.
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    • They then appointed their own commanders in the police stations.
    • His assessment of the violence was backed by the district police commander for North Belfast.
    • The sergeant has taken over the role of section commander at Tidworth police station.
  • 2A member of a higher class in some orders of knighthood.
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    • He was made a chevalier of the Legion of Honour by his second country in 1896 and a commander of the order in 1933.
    • Singer Rod Stewart, seen here at a 2004 London concert, will be made a Commander of the British Empire.
    • The professor, who has worked at Imperial College since 1970 was made Commander of the Order of the British Empire for his services to Population Ecology.



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  • He liked you enough to reward your services to the medical profession, as you had been in the trade for some time, with a commandership of the British empire.
  • It will undertake the responsibility of commandership in the region in April.
  • For example, it was said of W. H. Gibson on one occasion that if he wanted the commandership for a coming encampment, it was ‘goodbye’ for the rest of the candidates.


Middle English: from Old French comandeor, from late Latin commandare 'to command' (see command).

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