Translation of commandant in Spanish:


comandante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑmənˌdænt/ /ˈkɑmənˌdɑnt/ /ˌkɒmənˈdant/ /ˈkɒmənˌdant/ /ˈkɒmənˌdɑːnt/

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    comandante masculine, feminine
    • Among the last six commandants of the Army War College, for example, there have been a Rhodes Scholar, a published historian, a published military educator and two Ph.D.s who have also published.
    • He later served as commandant of the Regimental Officer Academy and the deputy commander of the U.S. Army Signal Command.
    • Marceau, wearing his uniform as a commandant in the French Army reserves, was the master of ceremonies.
    • Its primary mission is to provide music for the president of the United States and the commandant of the Marine Corps.
    • He was placed on the commandant's list on completing the Armor Officer Basic Course in 1997.
    • Jon Voight, as the camp commandant, or second in command under the mean spirited Warden, overacts to a point of absurdity.
    • Promoted to brigadier general in 1907, he then became commandant of the Staff College.
    • The commandant said many special officers felt the same, but acknowledged that some who joined with a view to becoming career officers might feel differently.
    • These sources provide us with the names and ranks of the fort's commandants and their military and personal ambitions.
    • At first, the conquered territories were administered by military commandants.
    • The group commandant, Colonel S.Kumar, visited the spot on Saturday and witnessed the cadets fly with enthusiasm.
    • Officers' representatives have consistently complained about a shortfall among commandants and captains and there is usually a high drop out rate among recruits.
    • In the summer of 1925, he was transferred to a light-bomber squadron as assistant to the airfield commandant.
    • But a new book reveals the incredible secret that the camp commandant hid from his SS comrades throughout the war.
    • Once the war was over, they continued to identify with the most defiant commandants and generals.
    • Once again, his effectiveness as a camp commandant came to the fore.
    • I opened the gates, showing correct papers to the camp commandant on the way out.
    • From a more practical point of view, several commandants have pushed the Marine Corps not only to educate but also to train Marines for the new challenges of complex crises and emergencies.
    • There are 16 female commandants and 38 captains in the army, two female captains in the air corps, and six in the naval service.
    • One was the camp commandant, who was responsible for the organisation of the camp.