英 ['kɜːnl] 美 ['kɜːrnl]
- n. 上校
- [C]上校 army officer,above a major,commanding a regiment
a commissioned military officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines who ranks above a lieutenant colonel and below a brigadier general
- A colonel is subordinate to a brigadier general.
- The colonel paraded his soldiers.
- The colonel gave the command to attack.
- The colonel advanced him from lieutenant to captain.
- The colonel paraded his troops.
- The colonel seemed to lose his head as we went into action, and as a consequence the regiment suffered many casualties.
- I'm in command of the regiment while the colonel's on leave.
- The Colonel gave me advice on how to comport myself in the White House.
- Colonel Sailing has command over is command the Guards Regiment.
- Colonel Higgins was lent by the army to the Institute of Inter American Affairs as a specialist in the military fields.
- Don't address me as Colonel. I'm only a major.
- He gained the rank of Colonel.
- A colonel is three steps above a captain.
- A lieutenant colonel ranks above a major.
- An army major ranks between a captain and a colonel.
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