See also: Commodore
commodore (plural commodores)
- (military, nautical) A naval officer holding a rank between captain and rear admiral.
- (nautical) A (temporary) commander over a collection of ships who is not an admiral.
- (nautical) The leading ship in a fleet of merchantmen.
- (nautical) The president of a yacht club.
- (nautical) A yacht-club president's vessel in a regatta.
- (US, military, nautical) A commodore admiral.
- (US, military, nautical) A rear admiral (lower half).
- (entomology) Any of various nymphalid butterflies of the Asian genus Parasarpa.
- (non-flag naval rank): senior captain, fleet captain, flag captain
- (nautical): senior captain, fleet captain, flag captain, shipmaster senior grade
- (flag naval rank): CDRE, COMO (abbreviation)
- (naval rank): Cmdre, Cmdre. (abbreviation)
a commander over a collection of ships who is not an admiral
president of a yacht club
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commodore m or f (plural commodores)
- (military, nautical) commodore, a naval military rank between captain (capitaine de vaisseau or capitaine de croiseur) and rear admiral (contre-amiral)