Definition of 'high command'
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It did not seem that the high command contemplated, just yet, a further attack. IN LOVE AND WAR`None of us could believe the high command expected decisive results from offensives started so late in the year. IN LOVE AND WAR
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Used Occasionally. high command is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'high command'
British English: high command NOUN
The high command is the group that consists of the most senior officers in a nation's armed forces.
Definition of high command from the Collins English Dictionary
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