brigadier

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Borrowing from French.

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brigadier (plural brigadiers)

  1. (military) An army rank; an officer commanding a brigade.
  2. (military, UK) the highest field officer grade, below general officers, NATO grade O7

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  • OED2

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

brigade +‎ -ier.

Noun[edit]

brigadier m (plural brigadiers, feminine brigadière)

  1. brigadier (military)

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