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Related topics: Army, Military, Food
commissarycom‧mis‧sa‧ry /ˈkɒməsəri $ ˈkɑːməseri/ noun (plural commissaries) [countable]  1 British EnglishPMA an officer in the army who is in charge of food supplies2 American EnglishPM a shop that supplies food and other goods in a military camp3 American EnglishDFTBB a place where you can eat in a large organization such as a film studio, factory etc
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commissaryThe salads and sandwiches are prepared at a central commissary.A special commissary, Egidius, was sent by the pope to keep an eye on Conrad.As he wrote the commissary in 1752, he had no ambition to Presbyterianize the colony.
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