Adjutant (noun)

  1. A military officer who acts as an administrative assistant to a senior officer.
  2. An officer in the British army responsible for regimental administration.
  3. A wading bird of the stork family, with a long neck and legs and a large bill, typically found in warm regions and noted for its loud calls.

Origin:

Late 17th century: from latin adjutant- 'helping', from adjutare, from ad- 'to' + juvare 'help'.

Examples:

  1. The adjutant was responsible for the smooth running of the regiment.
  2. The adjutant had to organize the troops for the parade.
  3. The adjutant bird was a familiar sight in the wetlands.
  4. The adjutant was appointed to the position due to his excellent organizational skills.
  5. The adjutant was a valuable member of the army, assisting the senior officers in their duties.
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