major general

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major general

n.
1. A commissioned rank in the US Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps that is above brigadier general and below lieutenant general.
2. One who holds this rank.

major general

n
(Military) military an officer immediately junior to a lieutenant general
ˈmajor-ˈgeneralship, ˈmajor-ˈgeneralcy n

ma′jor gen′eral


n.
a military officer ranking below a lieutenant general and above a brigadier general.
[1635–45]
Translations

major general

nGeneralmajor(in) m(f)

major general

n (Mil) → generale m di divisione
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