mand,mend＝to order（命令）,to entrust（委托）
/kə'mɑ:ndə(r); [US] -'mæn-; ,kə`mændɚ/
1 person who commands 指挥官; 司令; 队长
*the commander of the expedition 探险队队长.
(a) officer in the British Navy immediately below the rank of captain 海军中校. =>App
(b) officer of high rank in London's Metropolitan Police （伦敦警务处的）高级警官.
an officer of any rank who is in charge of a group of soldiers or a particular military activity the American Commander, General Otis our platoon commander
a high rank in the navy, or someone who holds this rank
a British police officer of high rank
1. While Alfred´s little army slowly began to gather at Athelney, the king himself set out to penetrate the camp of Guthrum, the commander of the Danish invaders. 阿尔弗雷德人数不多的军队开始在阿塞尔纳慢慢集结时，他亲自潜入丹麦入侵司令官古瑟罗姆的营地。
2. The commander was at the division headquarters. 司令员在师部。
3. Then I was a brigade liaison officer. After that,I finally became a battalion commander. 然后我再当旅部联络官, 在那之后我终于当上营长.
4. The commander was able to rally the fleeing troops. 司令官能重整溃兵。
5. Yes, I was a battalion commander when I got out of the army. 是的, 我退伍时是营长.
6. Suddenly we heard the commander say "enemy" aircraft had been sighted. 突然，我们听到指挥官说发现"敌"机。
7. Less than two hours later, the flight commander radioed that he was "completely lost". 不到两小时，飞行指挥官用无线电报告说，他已"完全迷失了方向"。
8. I was a battalion commander when I got out of the army. 我退伍时是营长.