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/ˈsärjənt/,
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sergeants, plural;
  1. A noncommissioned officer in the armed forces, in particular (in the US Army or Marine Corps) an NCO ranking above corporal and below staff sergeant, or (in the US Air Force) an NCO ranking above airman and below staff sergeant

  2. A police officer ranking below an inspector

  3. A police officer ranking below a lieutenant


  1. any of several noncommissioned officer ranks in the Army or Air Force or Marines ranking above a corporal
  2. police sergeant: a lawman with the rank of sergeant
  3. serjeant-at-law: an English barrister of the highest rank
  4. Sergeant (normally abbreviated to "Sgt") is a rank used in some form by most militaries, police forces, and other uniformed organizations around the world. Its origins are the Latin serviens, "one who serves", through the French term Sergent.
  5. Sergeant are a 4-piece indie rock band from Glenrothes in Fife, Scotland. In 2007 they signed a contract with Mercury Records. The band played both 2007 T in the Park and Glastonbury festivals and have attracted a fanbase and media attention extending well outside their Scottish base. . ...
  6. Sergeant is the name of an urchin in the streets of Rotterdam, in Orson Scott Card's Ender's Shadow. Sergeant is much smarter than he lets on, but not nearly smart enough to get into Battle School.
  7. The MGM-29 Sergeant was an American short-range, solid fuel, surface-to-surface missile developed at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. ...
  8. Royal Canadian Air Cadets (RCAirC) is a Canadian national youth program for persons aged 12 to 18. It is administered by the Canadian Forces (CF) and funded through the Department of National Defence (DND) with additional support from the civilian Air Cadet League of Canada (ACL). ...
  9. There is currently no information about how to obtain the rank.
  10. The Sergeant, is a series of nine pulp-novels written by Len Levinson under the pseudonym Gordon Davis. Len Levinson has over 60 novels to his credit, including two Western novels, Apache Dawn (1989) and Gold Town (1989), under the name of "Clay Dawson".
  11. UK army rank with NATO code OR-6, senior to corporal and junior to warrant officer ranks; The highest rank of noncommissioned officer in some non-naval military forces and police
  12. (Sergeants) common to both Rotary and Rotaract, these are people who ‘fine’ Club members for their misdeeds, hopefully in a humorous or light-hearted manner. The fine in question is usually one dollar. ...
  13. 1) A servant who accompanies his lord to battle, or a horseman of lower status used as light cavalry. Also means a type of tenure in service of a nonknightly character is owed a lord. ...
  14. A kind of infantry or light cavalry rank below that of knight.
  15. The feat of scoring three successive numbers in a round to win a free turn in a game of Round the Clock
  16. A non-commissioned officer above the rank of Corporal. Sergeants may hold speciality positions in a regiment such as, trumpter, farrier, instructor, armourer, or pioneer for example.
  17. at-Arms - Legislative officer who maintains order and controls access to the chamber at the direction of the presiding officer.
  18. ED electric locomotive 101, so called because of the three stripes on the body.
  19. From Old French sergent, meaning to serve - the Latin servient meant the same. According to Military Traditions and Customs, para 2-926, the term dates back to the feudal system of medieval England when landowners used their serfs as soldiers, placing trusted servants - servients - in charge of ...
  20. A baronial rank earned by the successful completion of a series of trials and competence in the are of heavy combat.
  21. (From Latin "servus" = slave) term for an ordinary soldier, commonly a cavalryman who was not a knight, but also used for infantry.  Sergeant was also a tenant owing military service to a lord, but sergeanty tenure, not always military, was an inferior form of tenure. ...
  22. (4 in quantity; 7 in rank) is one of the guys in the middle with no purpose but taking up space. Plain and simple, the Sergeant can be killed by anyone bigger than him, yet few units are weaker than him; in addition, he has no special powers whatsoever. ...
  23. A knight of lesser rank