Definition of 'commanding officer'
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One of the van drivers came in and stood beside the table, like an NCO reporting to the commanding officer in the field. THE WHITE DOVE (1997)The letter from Airlie's commanding officer following the telegram praised him for his heroism. THE WHITE DOVE (1997)If an urgent decision has to be taken the bilges are no place for the commanding officer to be. SAN ANDREAS (1997)
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Used Occasionally. commanding officer is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'commanding officer'
British English: commanding officer NOUN
A commanding officer is an officer who is in charge of a military unit.
He got permission from his commanding officer to join me.
Definition of commanding officer from the Collins English Dictionary
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