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Definition of commander:
- an officer in the airforce
- a commissioned naval officer who ranks above a lieutenant commander and below a captain
- A chief; one who has supreme authority; a leader; the chief officer of an army, or of any division of it.
- An officer who ranks next below a captain, -- ranking with a lieutenant colonel in the army.
- A heavy beetle or wooden mallet, used in paving, in sail lofts, etc.
- One who is a leader or military chief; a naval officer next below a captain.
- One who commands: an officer in the navy next in rank under a captain.
- One who has command; a naval officer.
- One in command; a military or a naval officer.
- One who has command; the chief officer of an army, or of any division of it; an officer next in rank above a lieutenant, and beneath the captain; one on whom is bestowed a commandry; a heavy beetle or wooden mallet, used in paving; an instrument of surgery. Commander- in- chief, one who has the supreme command in Britain over all the land forces of the kingdom.
- One who; the captain of a ship of war under a certain size, or an officer who ranks next above a lieutenant.