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Leut•nant      m   , -s, -s or -e   (second) lieutenant  ,   (bei der Luftwaffe)    pilot officer   (Brit)  , second lieutenant   (US)  
Leutnant zur See      sublieutenant   (Brit)  , lieutenant junior grade   (US)     
jawohl, Herr Leutnant!      yes, sir     (Naut)   aye aye, sir  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
Leutnant zur See exp.
sublieutenant ; lieutenant junior grade

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
yes, sir ; aye aye, sir
a lieutenant comes after a major
Botho von Schmettwitz, formerly {or} erstwhile {or} one-time lieutenant of the cuirassiers
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er ist zum Leutnant befördert worden
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"Leutnant": examples and translations in context
Das ist der zuständige Leutnant des Hauptquartiers. He is the first lieutenant in charge of the station.
Leutnant Marchelier möchte wissen, was passiert ist. Lieutenant Marchelier just wants to know what could have happened.
Leutnant Harris. Sofort zum Schießstand. Lt. Harris, report immediately to the firing range.
Das sind Leutnant Soshnick und Sergeant McAfee. This is Lt. Soshnick and Sgt. McAfee.
Der Leutnant ist ein militärischer Dienstgrad. Second Lieutenant is the lowest commissioned rank in many armed forces.
Leutnant Marchelier wird die Ermittlung leiten. Lieutenant Marchelier will take charge of this investigation.
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