Cadet

Originally a cadet was a gentleman who carried arms in a regiment, as a volunteer, with a view of acquiring military skill and obtaining a commission. Now, the term describes a young person in training for military or naval service.
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cadet

[n] - a military trainee (as at a military academy)
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CADET

Cercle d'Action pour le Dépistage des Troubles visuels
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Cadet

Ca·det' noun [ French cadet a younger or the youngest son or brother, dim. from Latin caput head; i. e. , a smaller head of the family, after the first or eldest. See Chief , and confer Cad .] 1. The younger of two brothers; a younger brother or son; the you...
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cadet

plebe noun a military trainee (as at a military academy)
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Cadet

• (n.) The younger of two brothers; a younger brother or son; the youngest son. • (n.) A young man in training for military or naval service; esp. a pupil in a military or naval school, as at West Point, Annapolis, or Woolwich. • (n.) A gentleman who carries arms in a regiment, as a volunteer, with a view of acquiring military skill ...
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cadet

cadet 1. A student at a military school who is training to be an officer. 2. A student in a national service academy or private military school or on a training ship. 3. A student in training for service as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army, Air Force, or Coast Guard. 4. A trainee in a business or profession. 5. Formerly a gentleman, usually...
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Cadet

In heraldry, a cadet is a junior member or branch of a family.
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Cadet

[genealogy] In genealogy, a cadet is a younger son, as opposed to the firstborn heir. Compare puisne. == Etymology == The word is recorded in English since 1634, originally for a young son, identical to the French, which is itself derived from the Gascon Occitan (spoken in Gascony in southwest France) capdet `captain, chief`, in turn from t...
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Cadet

Cadet is the title given to a younger or youngest son, and also a junior male member of a noble family.
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Cadet

A younger son or line.
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Cadet

[dinghy] The Cadet is a class of sailing dinghy designed to be sailed by two children up to the age of 17. It is a one-design class, originally designed by Jack Holt in 1947. Cadets are sailed worldwide in at least 18 countries. ==Design== The boat is crewed by two people and sails with a bermuda rigged mainsail, jib and spinnaker. The Cade...
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Cadet

A cadet is a trainee. The term is frequently used to refer those training to become an officer in the military, often a person who is a junior trainee. Its meaning may vary between countries. The term is also used in civilian contexts and as a general attributive, for example in its original sense of a branch of a ruling house which is not current...
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