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[ kˈɑːdə], [ kˈɑːdə], [ k_ˈɑː_d_ə]

Cadre is a term that refers to a group of individuals who work together to achieve a common goal. This term is commonly associated with a military context, but it can also be used in a variety of other settings. A few synonyms for cadre include team, crew, group, company, corps, unit, squad, and platoon. These terms all suggest a group of individuals who are working collaboratively towards a shared purpose. While there may be some subtle differences in the connotations of these various words, they are all useful to describe a group of people who are working together in a coordinated manner.

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Usage examples for Cadre

Others, members of the cadre, came home with the Colours in June and were received with due honour by the Lord Mayor.
"The Story of the "9th King's" in France"
Enos Herbert Glynne Roberts
For example, when Gifoon talked about regiments, or battalions, or corps, using in his Arabic dialect the nearest word, Machell put down the expression which was most appropriate, such, for example, as "cadre."
"The Adventure of Living"
John St. Loe Strachey
"But, if you have a small permanent cadre who know what to do and how to do it, they can handle large groups of untrained men.
"Take the Reason Prisoner"
John Joseph McGuire

Famous quotes with Cadre

  • When they ran out of cadre men they gave me my very own platoon and said, 'Here are 63 men, try to keep as many of them alive as you possibly can.' That was one of the more harrowing experiences of my life.
    David Eddings
  • If you're in such a position of power and your ego is such that this is not possible, then its essential to have a small cadre of very bright, committed people who are questioning, exploring and understanding these emerging concepts.
    Dee Hock
  • It's horrible to think that a small cadre of people would manipulate that information. I mean, for God's sake, we've admitted that we were experimenting on our veterans with mustard gas. So there is no security question. It can't possibly be the reason.
    Dwight Schultz
  • When I left university I had two objectives; I wanted to write and I wanted to get married. The only way I could afford both was to get a job as a journalist. At that time, the National Union of Journalists was very powerful and would not allow the direct recruitment of journalists from college except under special circumstances. The Financial Times was deemed special and duly recruited a cadre of very bright young people. I joined the FT as part of that now celebrated intake and, as a result, found myself working on a business newspaper.
    Robert Heller

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