Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who designates or points out.
- n. 2. In Roman antiquity, an officer who assigned to each person his rank and place in public shows and ceremonies; a marshal or master of ceremonies.
- n. A person who, or term that, designates
- n. historical An officer who assigned to each his rank and place in public shows and ceremonies.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Rom. Antiq.) An officer who assigned to each his rank and place in public shows and ceremonies.
- n. One who designates.
“In the gulf, the F-117A has been used mostly as a spotter plane, circling on high, training a laser "designator" on the target.”
“Vice Admiral Joshua Painter was the current Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for Air Warfare, known to insiders by his "designator," OP-05, or just "oh-five.”
“Code-sharing refers to one or more airlines using their designator codes to process bookings and sell tickets on flights operated by another carrier.”
“In 1980, after his graduation from law school, Plaintiff requested a permanent change of designator from NFO to Navy Judge”
“Plaintiff's designator was never changed to JAGC or reflected in his military record at the”
“Ronald Reagan was a particularly profuse day designator.”
“He named only two of the leaders on the list:—Ayman al-Zawahri, bin Laden's designator successor.”
“Code-sharing involves one or more airlines using their designator codes to process bookings and sell tickets on flights operated by another carrier, a practice that has dramatically proliferated in recent years.”
“Mr. BUTTITA was not a US Navy SEAL and never received any training remotely associated with any of the taskings given to men who carried the SEAL designator.”
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