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commander in chief
American English: /kəˈmændər ɪn tʃif/British English: /kəˌmɑːndər ɪn ˈtʃiːf/

Translation of commander in chief in Spanish:

noun plural commanders in chief

  • Example sentences
    • The wartime direction of all troops and forces involved in an operation was a centralized one, with commanders-in-chief and their staff in charge of command and control during military operations.
    • There are paintings and photographs of generals, lieutenants, sergeants, privates, secretaries and commanders-in-chief.
    • The commander-in-chief, Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, was Scots, but could only offer to out-produce and out-slaughter the Central Powers.
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