Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation noncommissioned officer

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  • initialism electronics Number Controlled Oscillator.
  • initialism military non-commissioned officer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This camp will be very good, if the new German NCO is up to his task.

    Work Camp 296/L & 233/L

  • Ashley was on his way to retrieve an NCO from a local work detail.

    Bane Ashley

  • The NCO is part of another America — an America that the media elite is blind to and alienated from.

    The Media and the Military

  • The NCO is part of another America — an America that the media elite is blind to and alienated from.

    The Media and the Military

  • That's why we have things called NCO's that will square him away after training.

    A Soldier's Story: Army recruit blogs on Christmas leave

  • He – the NCO, that is – complains about a continuing shortfall of equipment.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Four hundred million times a year, employees of a little-known company called NCO dial the telephone "just to talk."

    ScrippsNews

  • Four hundred million times a year, employees of a little-known company called NCO dial the telephone "just to talk."

    ScrippsNews

  • Four hundred million times a year, employees of a little-known company called NCO dial the telephone "just to talk."

    ScrippsNews

  • "The NCO is the key to our success during training and deployment," said Wood.

    Blackanthem Military News

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