- quartermaster (n.)
- early 15c., "subordinate officer of a ship," from French quartier-maître or directly from Dutch kwartier-meester; originally a ship's officer whose duties included stowing of the hold; later (c. 1600) an officer in charge of quarters and rations for troops. See quarters.
- 1. The quartermaster is in charge of stores.
- 2. The quartermaster rang up the order on the engine room telegraph.
- 3. He's in the quartermaster corps.
- 4. The captain ordered the quartermaster to send out a signal.
- 5. The quartermaster [ ix ] has only two sizes: too large and too small.
- 补给 官那只有两种型号: 太大及太小.
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