commandant

noun com·man·dant \ ˈkä-mən-ˌdänt , -ˌdant \

Examples of commandant in a Sentence

  1. the commandant of a naval district

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First Known Use of commandant

1687

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COMMANDANT Defined for English Language Learners

commandant

noun

Definition of commandant for English Language Learners

  • : an officer who is in charge of a group of soldiers in the military


COMMANDANT Defined for Kids

commandant

noun com·man·dant \ ˈkä-mən-ˌdant , -ˌdänt \

Definition of commandant for Students

:an officer who is in charge of a group of soldiers


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