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sergeant US English

A noncommissioned officer in the armed forces, in particular (in the US Army or Marine Corps) an NCO ranking above corporal and below staff sergeant, or (in the US Air Force) an NCO ranking above airman and below staff sergeant

sergeant fish US English

Another term for cobia.

desk sergeant US English

A sergeant in administrative charge of a police station

Sergeant Baker US English

A brightly colored edible marine fish with two elongated dorsal fin rays, occurring in warm Australian coastal waters

sergeant major US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Army or Marine Corps of the highest rank, above master sergeant and below warrant officer

colour sergeant US English

A rank of non-commissioned officer in the Army and Royal Marines, above sergeant and below warrant officer

drill sergeant US English

A noncommissioned officer who trains soldiers in basic military skills

first sergeant US English

(In the US Army or Marine Corps) the highest-ranking noncommissioned officer in a company or equivalent unit

staff sergeant US English

A noncommissioned officer in the armed forces, in particular

flight sergeant US English

A rank of non-commissioned officer in the RAF, above sergeant and below warrant officer

lance sergeant US English

A rank in the Foot Guards equivalent to corporal

master sergeant US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US armed forces of high rank, in particular (in the Army) an NCO above sergeant first class and below sergeant major, (in the Air Force) an NCO above technical sergeant and below senior master sergeant, or (in the Marine Corps) an NCO above gunnery sergeant and below master gunnery sergeant

platoon sergeant US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Army intermediate in rank between a staff sergeant and a first sergeant

station sergeant US English

A sergeant in charge of a police station

technical sergeant US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Air Force ranking above staff sergeant and below master sergeant

gunnery sergeant US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Marine Corps ranking above staff sergeant and below master sergeant

quartermaster sergeant US English

A senior rank of non-commissioned officer in the army, above sergeant, employed on administrative duties

sergeant-at-arms US English

An official of a legislative or other assembly whose duty includes maintaining order and security

sergeant first class US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Army of a rank above staff sergeant and below master sergeant

chief master sergeant US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Air Force ranking above senior master sergeant and below warrant officer

senior master sergeant US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Air Force ranking above master sergeant and below chief master sergeant

command sergeant major US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Army ranking above first sergeant

company sergeant major US English

The highest-ranking non-commissioned officer of an infantry company

master gunnery sergeant US English

A noncommissioned officer in the US Marine Corps ranking above master sergeant and below sergeant major

sergeant New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(cap. in titles; abbrev. Sgt; see also serjeant)

sergeant English-Spanish

sargento masculine and feminine

sergeant major New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, caps in titles; abbrev. SM)

colour sergeant English-Spanish

abanderado masculine

staff sergeant English-Spanish

oficial de rango superior al de sargento

sergeant major English-Spanish

brigada masculine and feminine

sergeant-at-arms English-Spanish

funcionario que mantiene el orden en el parlamento, en los juzgados etc

serjeant-at-arms New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

official of a legislative assembly

a dashing young sergeant in dashing English-Spanish

un sargento joven y gallardo

that's all, sergeant — very good, sir! in good English-Spanish

eso es todo sargento— ¡a sus órdenes mi teniente (

the sergeant roared the order in roar English-Spanish

el sargento dio la orden a gritos

have they arrived, sergeant? — yes, sir in sir English-Spanish

¿ya han llegado, sargento? — sí, mi teniente (

a lieutenant is above a sergeant in above English-Spanish

un teniente está por encima de un sargento