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Noun
/ˈadmərəl/,
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admirals, plural;
  1. A commander of a fleet or naval squadron, or a naval officer of very high rank

  2. A commissioned officer of very high rank in the US Navy or Coast Guard, ranking above a vice admiral

  3. A butterfly that has dark wings with bold colorful markings


  1. the supreme commander of a fleet; ranks above a vice admiral and below a fleet admiral
  2. any of several brightly colored butterflies
  3. Generał, formerly generał armii (general of the army) (pronounced) is the generic Polish language term for the rank of General. In narrow sense it is used to denote the rank of a Four-star general introduced on August 15, 2002. ...
  4. The following is a list and description of Beanie Babies made by Ty, Inc. This list is heavily incomplete.
  5. The rank of Admiral in Canada is typically held by only one officer whose position is Chief of the Defence Staff and the senior uniformed officer of the Canadian Forces. It is equivalent to the Army and Air Force rank of General.
  6. Admiral is an American appliance brand currently manufactured by Whirlpool Corporation. The brand is sold at The Home Depot.
  7. Admiral (Адмиралъ) is a 2008 Russian biopic about polar researcher, patriot, admiral and subsequently - the supreme governor of Russia Alexander Kolchak. He had it all - career, wife and son. But one day he met Anna Timireva - the wife of his friend. ...
  8. The rank insignia of the French Navy (Marine Nationale) are worn on shoulder straps of shirts and white jackets, and on sleeves for navy jackets and mantels.
  9. Admiral is a rank of the German Navy that first appeared in the 19th century and was expanded in the early 20th century as part of a build-up and mobilization in preparation for the First World War. The rank again saw a resurgence during the Second World War. ...
  10. Admiral (admiraal) is a rank of the Royal Netherlands Navy (Koninklijke Marine) that can be held by either a Naval officer appointed by the government or a member of the royal family. ...
  11. Admiral Sportswear is an internationally recognised football and cricket brand.
  12. Starfleet ranks and insignia are fictional titles and badges that form the hierarchy of Starfleet in the Star Trek television shows and movies. Starfleet's ranks seem to be based on those used by the United States Navy.
  13. Admiral (Amiral in Swedish) is a naval rank in Sweden. According to current practice only royalties and the Supreme Commander of the Swedish Armed Forces, if he were to come from the Swedish Navy, has the rank of full, four star, Admiral (amiral) in Sweden. ...
  14. The Admiral was a named passenger train of the Pennsylvania Railroad and its successor Penn Central which operated between Chicago, Illinois and New York City. The Admiral began on April 27, 1941 when the Pennsylvania renamed the eastbound Advance General. ...
  15. In the United States Navy, the United States Coast Guard and the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, admiral (ADM) is a four-star flag officer rank, with the pay grade of O-10. ...
  16. (Admirality) The Admiralty was formerly the authority in the Kingdom of England, and later in the United Kingdom, responsible for the command of the Royal Navy. ...
  17. A naval officer of the highest rank; the commander of a country's naval forces; A naval officer of high rank, immediately below Admiral of the Fleet; the commander of a fleet or squadron; A flag officer in the United States Navy or Coast Guard of a grade superior to vice admiral and junior to ...
  18. (Admirals) A nickname for three British Commonwealth definitive series, those of Canada, 1912-25 (Scott 104-34); New Zealand, 1926 (182-84); and Rhodesia, 1913-19 (119-38). These stamps depict King George V in naval uniform.
  19. Derived from an old Saracen term ‘emir,’ meaning prince. Sometime during the late 13th century it became used as naval term of rank as leader for a fleet of ships—possibly ‘prince of the sea.’
  20. A Naval Term to describe a rank. The word itself is of Arabic origin (Emir-el-Bahr - means Lord of the Seas). It came to us through the French and first appears in English records at the end of the 13th Century. ...
  21. An English bittering hop used in some English ales. (Alpha acid: 13.5–16%)
  22. senior Naval OFFICER, equivalent to military GENERAL, as derived from an Arabic phrase for "leader of the faithful". ...
  23. (n.) On a cruising boat, one rank above the captain or skipper, which in a cruising couple is usually the female.
  24. The sailor in charge of a group of boats.
  25. أميرالبحار, amīr al-bihār commander of the seas