Definición de commander in chief en Inglés

commander in chief

(also Commander in Chief)

Pronunciación /kəˈmandər in CHēf/ /kəˈmændər ɪn tʃif/

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  • 1A head of state or officer in supreme command of a country's armed forces.

    ‘Well, they're certainly concerned, but I think we give the president, our leader, our commander-in-chief, the benefit of the doubt.’
    • ‘It is far more familiar, unfortunately, to consider a president as a commander-in-chief of a nation's armed forces.’
    • ‘And of course, the president's their commander-in-chief all the more so.’
    • ‘Whereas the president, the existing commander-in-chief, can say, Listen, I know how the world works.’
    • ‘Without his directorate, and no longer having the urgent support of the prime minister and the commander-in-chief, he drifted.’
    • ‘It will be the commander-in-chief, the president of the United States.’
    • ‘It does make sense but nevertheless, at least in theory, the president should be the commander-in-chief.’
    • ‘As the war gained in importance, so too did Stalin's authority as the commander-in-chief and leader.’
    • ‘Yes, during war the US president is the commander-in-chief.’
    • ‘States have long stopped being separate political entities electing one overseeing commander-in-chief.’
    • ‘The president is the commander-in-chief, but only within the legal framework established by the Constitution and Congress.’
    • ‘‘One of the keys to being seen as a great leader is to be seen as a commander-in-chief.’’
    • ‘He is the commander-in-chief, he is our president, he has his power, and he is exercising it.’
    • ‘You've got to remember that he is going to be, when he becomes king, commander-in-chief.’
    • ‘The bulk of the arguments rest on arguments of ‘necessity’ and the powers of the president as commander-in-chief.’
    • ‘By contrast, US Presidents, acting as commander-in-chief, have dispatched US troops abroad on more than 120 occasions.’
    • ‘The president is also commander-in-chief of the armed forces - a position he takes immediately on taking the oath of office.’
    • ‘As president you were also commander-in-chief of armed forces.’
    • ‘The emergency laws give sweeping powers to the president, as defence minister and commander-in-chief of the security forces.’
    • ‘But, as commander-in-chief and defence minister, it is virtually impossible that she knew nothing about what was taking place.’
    leader, head, headman, boss, chief, director, manager, overseer, controller, master
    1. 1.1An officer in charge of a major subdivision of a country's armed forces, or of its forces in a particular area.
      ‘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.’
      • ‘Their preparation might be entrusted to the commander-in-chief of the Land Forces and commanders of wartime military districts.’
      • ‘The commander-in-chief of the Netherlands military forces, General Winkelman, signed the terms of surrender on May 15, 1940.’
      • ‘In similar fashion, a study on Joint Professional Military Education in 1999 found that the regional commanders-in-chief believe officers need to be exposed to joint matters earlier in their career.’
      • ‘It's commanders and senior officers work for the commander-in-chief.’
      • ‘The official went on to say that the US military usually invites the commander-in-chief of a branch of Taiwan's armed forces to visit the US each year.’
      • ‘Its commander-in-chief was General Fairfax and Oliver Cromwell was put in charge of the cavalry.’
      • ‘Once he had deployed his forces on the battlefield, the commander-in-chief could only sit in his headquarters many miles behind the front line and hope for the best.’
      • ‘He is reportedly dissatisified with the performance of U.S. regional military commanders-in-chief.’
      • ‘This change was occasioned by the opening of armistice talks, nominally between the opposing commanders-in-chief.’
      • ‘As commander-in-chief, General Franks was responsible for the way in which his men acted on the ground.’
      • ‘He is a retired four-star general who served as commander-in-chief of US Atlantic Command until 1997.’
      • ‘He is the first marine to take over the navy commander-in-chief's office, as well as the first native Taiwanese marine general.’
      • ‘He last visited the US when he was the commander-in-chief of the army.’
      • ‘The commander-in-chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet said on Tuesday, the military situation between China and Taiwan is quiet and neither side appears to be in combat position.’
      • ‘His son George, 2nd Duke of Cambridge, a commander-in-chief of the British army, inherited the land and leased it out for building, including the Cambridge Asylum.’
      • ‘She plays Lady Anne, wife of the commander-in-chief of the parliamentary army, Sir Thomas Fairfax.’
      • ‘Commander-in-chief of the Royal Thai Fleet, last week announced the operational results the fleet has achieved over the past year.’