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lieutenant

noun /ləfˈtenənt/
(often abbreviated to Lt., Lieut., when written) in the army, the rank next below captain.
teniente
in the navy, the rank next below lieutenant-commander.
alférez de navío
Translations of “lieutenant”
in Arabic مُلازِم…
in Korean 중위…
in Malaysian leftenan…
in French lieutenant, second…
in Turkish teğmen…
in Italian tenente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 中尉…
in Russian лейтенант…
in Polish porucznik…
in Vietnamese trung úy, đại úy hải quân…
in Portuguese tenente…
in Thai ร้อยโท, เรือโท…
in German der Leutnant, der Kapitänleutnant…
in Catalan tinent, -a…
in Japanese (陸、海、空軍の)中尉、少尉…
in Indonesian letnan, perwira…
in Chinese (Simplified) 中尉…
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