A young trainee in the armed services or police force
an air force cadet
A student in training at a military school
A younger son or daughter
A junior branch of a family
a cadet branch of the family
a military trainee (as at a military academy)
A cadet is a trainee to become an officer in the military, often a person who is a junior trainee. The term comes from the term "cadet" for younger sons of a noble family; see article "Cadet (genealogy)" for etymology and history.
The Cadet is a junior trainer sailing dinghy designed by Jack Holt, in 1947, who was commissioned to design it by the magazine Yachting World. The boat is crewed by two people and sails with a bermuda rigged mainsail, jib and spinnaker. ...
In genealogy, a cadet is a younger son, as opposed to the firstborn heir. Compare puisne.
Cadet is a station on Line 7 of the Paris Métro. It is named after Rue Cadet, itself named after M. Cadet de Chambine, owner of much land through which the street passes. The street was called Rue de la Voirie before being renamed. ...
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.
(The Cadets (doo wop)) The Cadets are an American doo wop group. The group began as a gospel group, the Santa Monica Soul Seekers, in the late 1940s. The members were Lloyd McCraw, Willie Davis, Austin "Ted" Taylor, Aaron Collins, Glendon Kingsby, and Will "Dub" Jones. ...
(The Cadets (TV series)) The Cadets (Курсанты) is a 2004 Russian TV series about a class of Soviet artillery officer cadets going through training prior to their commissioning and entry into the Battle of Stalingrad during World War II. ...
A student at a military school who is training to be an officer; Junior, the younger or youngest son
(Cadets) (sometimes written Kadets): The acronym for Constitutional Democrats, the main bourgeois liberal party in Russia which emerged from the earlier Liberation (Osvobozhdeniye in Russian) League.
(Cadets) Boys aged 13 to 15 enlisted to become officers and trained on HMS "Britannia" moored at Dartmouth.
(Cadets) Junior entrants to the regular officer corps of the East India Company's Army (1760-1861), the Indian Army (1861-1947) and the Bombay Marine/Indian Navy (1794-1859).
(Cadets) Members of Tech's Corps of Cadets.
descended from a family line other than the eldest son
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The word Cadet refers to an officer in training or more general to a person who is junior in some way.
Generally, the younger son of a gentleman.
A younger brother; a junior branch of a family.
a boy or young man, usually a younger son, who entered the army to prepare for enlistment and often serve as drummers, buglers, flag bearers and runners until they reach the required service age.
A CAP member between the age of 12 to 21. A cadet can opt to become a senior member at the age of 18, however, a person over the age of 18 can not opt to join CAP as a cadet. ...
Younger son or brother in a family.
An apprentice on a ship.
an appointee who has been admitted to the Academy and has taken the oath of allegiance