rang·er noun \ˈrān-jər\
: a person in charge of managing and protecting part of a public forest
: a person in charge of managing and protecting part of a national park
: a soldier in the U.S. Army who has special training especially in fighting at close range
a : the keeper of a British royal park or forest
b : forest ranger
a : one of a body of organized armed men who range over a region especially to enforce the law
b : a soldier specially trained in close-range fighting and in raiding tactics
Examples of RANGER
- She's now a ranger at a national forest in Montana.
- We were fortunate enough to get a tour from a ranger when we visited Yellowstone National Park.
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