he accepted his top lieutenant’s resignation with deep regret
A naval officer of a high rank, in particular a commissioned officer in the US Navy or Coast Guard ranking above lieutenant junior grade and below lieutenant commander
A police or fire department officer next in rank below captain
a commissioned military officer
an officer in a police force
deputy: an assistant with power to act when his superior is absent
an officer holding a commissioned rank in the United States Navy or the United States Coast Guard; below lieutenant commander and above lieutenant junior grade
(lieutenancy) the position of a lieutenant
A Lieutenant (abbreviated Lt, LT, Lieut and LEUT) is a commissioned officer in the military and paramilitary. It is also used in fire services, emergency medical services, security services, and police forces as an officer rank. In many countries, the naval rank is senior to the army rank.
Lieutenant is a rank of the Canadian Forces. The rank insignia of a lieutenant is one wide bar with a narrow bar above it. On dress uniforms, the bars are gold thread. ...
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 Lieutenant is an American television series that appeared on NBC for the 1963-1964 television schedule. It was the first television series program ever created by Gene Roddenberry. ...
The Lieutenant is a musical with book, music and lyrics by Gene Curty, Nitra Scharfman and Chuck Strand.
(Lieutenancy) The title Lord Lieutenant is given to the British monarch's personal representatives in the United Kingdom, usually in a county or similar circumscription, with varying tasks throughout history. ...
A company officer who is usually responsible for a single fire company on a single shift; the first in line of company officers, in command when the captain is absent.
The Lieutenant is equivalent to Captain in the Army and Air Force; the rank insignia is two standard stripes. The word is from the French language, lieu, "place"; and tenner, "to hold", and means "one who acts for, or in lieu of, a superior officer."
The second in command of a ship, under the captain.
rank given to newly ordained salvation Army officers.
The team leader's right-hand man. The lieutenant helps keep the team organized during the stage and plans and executes strategy like chasing down breakaways or setting up the final sprint.
The most junior of the subaltern ranks. From the French lieu, place, and tenant, holder, the holder of the place. As such, it meant a junior rank holding the position of a more senior rank or an assistant or deputy. ...
(only in A.V. Est 3:12; Est 8:9; Est 9:3; Ezr 8:36), a governor or viceroy of a Persian province having both military and civil power. Correctly rendered in the Revised Version "satrap."
Proper for either first or second lieutenants. Never L.T.
(4 in quantity; 6 in rank) is the other guy in the middle with no purpose but taking up space. Plain and simple, the Lieutenant can be killed by anyone bigger than him, yet few units are weaker than him; in addition, he has no special powers whatsoever. ...