1 sometimes cap an official in charge of a forest, park, estate, nature reserve, etc.
2 (Chiefly U.S.) a person employed to patrol a State or national park or forest, (Brit. equivalent)
3 (U.S.) one of a body of armed troops employed to police a State or district
a Texas ranger
4 (in the U.S. and certain other armies) a commando specially trained in making raids
5 a person who wanders about large areas of country; a rover
n (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian) a government official who patrols and protects forests, wildlife, etc.
Ranger  , Ranger Guide
n (Brit) a member of the senior branch of the Guides
n any of a series of nine American lunar probes launched between 1961 and 1965, three of which transmitted to earth photographs of the moon
n (Brit) a senior Guide training in seamanship, (U.S. equivalent)
n (in Britain)
Informal a young upper-class or upper-middle-class person, esp. a woman, having a home in London and in the country, characterized typically as wearing expensive informal country clothes, (Also called)
(C20: coined by Peter York, punning on Sloane Square, London SW1, and Lone Ranger, television cowboy character)