"Commander" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 tǒng lǐng to lead / to command / commander / officer
 zhǐ huī guān commander
 zhōng xiào middle ranking officer in Chinese army / lieutenant colonel / commander
 sī lìng yuán commander
 jiàn zhǎng commander / captain (of a warship)
 sī lìng guān commander / officer in charge
 hǎi jūn zhōng xiào commander (= UK and US Navy equivalent)
 shī zhǎng military division level commander / teacher
 shào xiào junior ranking officer in Chinese army / major / lieutenant commander
 lián zhǎng company commander
 zǒng sī lìng commander-in-chief / top military commander for a country or theater of operations
 yíng zhǎng battalion commander
 tí dū the local commander / provincial governor (in Qing and Ming times)
 lu:3 zhǎng Brigade Commander
 bīng jiā military strategist in ancient China / military commander / soldier
 Sù Yù Su Yu (1907-1984), PLA commander
 jiàng cái talented field commander (military)
 Mù bā lā kè Hosni Mubarak (1928-), former Egyptian President and military commander
 Duàn Qí ruì Duan Qirui (1864-1936), commander of Beiyang Army under Yuan Shikai, then politician and powerful warlord
 Chén nà dé (Claire) Chennault, commander of Flying Tigers during World War II
 Méng bā dùn Mountbatten (name, Anglicization of German Battenberg) / Lord Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma (1900-1979), British commander in Southeast Asia during WWII, presided over the partition of India in 1947, murdered by the IRA.
 shuài handsome / graceful / smart / commander in chief / (coll.) cool! / sweet!
 jǐn náng miào jì brocade sack of miracle plans (idiom) / bag of tricks / fiendishly cunning masterplan (written out by strategic genius of fiction, and given to the local commander in a brocade bag)
 Aì sēn háo wēi ěr Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890-1969), US army general and politician, Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II, US President 1953-1961
 Mài kè ā sè General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964), US commander in Pacific during WW2, sacked in 1951 by President Truman for exceeding orders during the Korean war
 Shǐ dí wēi Joseph Stilwell (1883-1946), commander of US forces in China, Burma and India in World War II
 zhí xíng zhǐ huī guān executing commander
 Fú luó xī luò fū Kliment Voroshilov (1881-1969), Soviet politician and military commander
 Gāo ěr chá kè Aleksandr Kolchak (1874-1920), Russian naval commander, head of anti-Bolshevik White forces
 hǎi jūn shǎo xiào lieutenant commander (= UK and US Navy equivalent)
 Wèi dé mài Wedemeyer (name) / Albert Coady Wedemeyer (1897-1989), US Army commander
 Dīng Rǔ chāng Ding Ruchang (1836-1895), commander of the Qing North China Navy
 Jiā lǐ bō dì Guiseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882), Italian military commander and politician
 kōng jūn sī lìng air commodore / top commander of air force
·  General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964), US commander in Pacific during WW2, sacked in 1951 by President Truman for exceeding orders during the Korean war
 dá lū gá qí Mongolian daruqachi, local commander in Mongol and Yuan times
 dá lǔ huā chì Mongolian daruqachi, local commander in Mongol and Yuan times
 bù duì zhǐ huī guān Force Commander
 zhù kē bù duì zhǐ huī guān KFOR Commander
 lián hé guó zhàn qū bù duì zhǐ huī guān United Nations Theatre Force Commander
 bù duì zhǐ huī guān bàn gōng shì Office of the Force Commander
  Field Commander of ECOMOG
  component commander
  component commander
  IFOR Command / IFOR Commander
  IFOR Command / IFOR Commander
  national commander
  commander of the combined task force
  supporting commander
  commander of British forces
  supported commander
  personal staff of the force commander
  headquarters camp commander
  deputy force commander
  section commander
  sector commander
  Sarajevo sector Commander
  Forensic Policy and Planning Commander
  area air defence commander
  Commander of the Operative Group of Russian Forces
  base commander
  Force Commander, United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
 Dào gé lā sī · Mài kè ā sè General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964), US commander in Pacific during WW2, sacked in 1951 by President Truman for exceeding orders during the Korean war
 zhèn tái garrison commander (old)
· Dào gé lā sī · Mài kè ā sè General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964), US commander in Pacific during WW2, sacked in 1951 by President Truman for exceeding orders during the Korean war
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