前缀ad-, 去，往。-jut,年青人，同young. 也就是年青人学习阶段需做的事情。
- adjutant:  An adjutant was formerly simply an ‘assistant’, but the more specific military sense of an officer who acts as an aide to a more senior officer has now virtually ousted this original meaning. The word comes from a Latin verb for ‘help’, and is in fact related to English aid. Latin adjuvāre ‘help’ developed a new form, adjūtāre, denoting repeated action, and the present participial stem of this, adjutant- ‘helping’, was borrowed into English.
=> aid, coadjutor
- adjutant (n.)
- "military officer who assists superior officers," c. 1600, from Latin adiutantem (nominative adiutans), present participle of adiutare "to give help to, help zealously, serve," frequentative of adiuvare (past participle adiutus) "help, assist, aid, support," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + iuvare "to help, give strength, support," perhaps from same root as iuvenis "young person" (see young).
- 1. I'm going out myself with the adjutant to recce training areas.
- 2. Outside the sergeant - adjutant knelt down beside me where I lay, " Name? " he asked softly.
- 到了外边,军曹副官跪在我的身边, “ 贵姓? ” 他轻轻地问.
- 3. Also did not take adjutant, did the general leave alone so?
- 也没带副官, 将军就这样只身离去了?
- 4. Rick met his adjutant at the hatch.
- 5. I am Guardsman Valleroy , adjutant to Lt . Mumphreys.
- 我是守卫瓦罗瑞, 马姆利少尉的副官.
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