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- n. A commissioned military officer of the highest rank in the United States, ranking directly above a general, and corresponding to marshal or field marshal in other countries. A general of the army is equal in grade or rank to an admiral of the fleet.
- n. A military officer of the highest rank in several countries that follow the United States military rank system, including Liberia.
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