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Meaning of “the rank and file” - Learner’s Dictionary

the rank and file

the ordinary members of an organization and not its leadersPosition and status in groups and organizationsOrdinary peopleRanks in the Army
Translations of “the rank and file”
in Russian рядовые (сотрудники)…
in Turkish sıradan bireyler, alt tabaka/kademeler…
in Polish szeregowi członkowie…
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