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How to Pronounce adjutant?

Correct pronunciation for the word "adjutant" is [ˈad͡ʒuːtənt], [ˈad‍ʒuːtənt], [ˈa_dʒ_uː_t_ə_n_t].

"Adjutant" in context

An adjutant is a military officer who acts as the personal assistant to a superior officer, typically a more senior officer. They fulfill administrative needs such as keeping records, filing paperwork, and providing information. An adjutant acts as a liaison between their superior officer and the rest of the staff, ensuring that commands and orders are relayed accurately. They also need to plan, organize and coordinate events or meetings as required. Beyond their administrative duties, adjutants must maintain military discipline and enforce regulations.

In some military organizations, adjutants may hold a higher rank than their superior officer.

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Usage over time for adjutant:

This graph shows how "adjutant" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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