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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Military
commandantcom‧man‧dant /ˌkɒmənˈdænt $ ˈkɑːməndænt/ noun [countable]  PMthe army officer in charge of a place or group of people
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commandantGary Roughead, 45, was endorsed as commandant of midshipmen by Adm.The Marine Corps commandant, Gen.After that... commandant of West Point.John insisted on seeing the commandant.the commandant of a prison campHe had headed for Berka Satellite field, whose commandant had obviously taken the lesson of previous raids to heart.
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