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cadet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Army
cadetca‧det /kəˈdet/ noun [countable]  PMAsomeone who is training to be an officer in the army, navy, air force, or police
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cadetThomas' son is a cadet at the school.The report recommended that each midshipman and cadet spend a semester at another service academy.This kept alive the nineteenth-century export trade in cadets of major ruling houses.By that time the officer cadets were in hospital.These officer cadets have been at the Academy since early May and are now well into their fourteen-week first term.By May the cadets had come to the end of their training.All have been admitting and graduating women cadets for years now.And what would become of the two remaining women cadets, and the many more who hoped to follow in their footsteps?
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