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ca·dre / ˈkadrē; ˈkäd-; -ˌrā/ • n. a small group of people specially trained for a particular purpose or profession: a small cadre of scientists. ∎  a group of activists in a communist or other revolutionary organization. ∎  a member of such a group.

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Cadre

Cadre

a group or skeleton crew of trained men who would absorb untrained men to form an efficient unit in an emergency; 19th century.

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cadre

cadre frame(work); permanent establishment of a regiment XIX. — F. — It. quadro :- L. quadrus square.

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cadre

cadreadder, bladder, khaddar, ladder, madder •Esmeralda, Valda •scaffolder • lambda •Amanda, Aranda, Baganda, Banda, brander, candour (US candor), coriander, dander, expander, gander, germander, goosander, jacaranda, Leander, Luanda, Lysander, meander, memoranda, Menander, Miranda, oleander, panda, pander, philander, propaganda, Rwanda, sander, Skanda, stander, Uganda, understander, Vanda, veranda, withstander, zander •backhander • Laplander • stepladder •inlander • outlander • Netherlander •overlander • gerrymander •pomander •calamander, salamander •bystander •ardour (US ardor), armada, Bader, cadre, carder, cicada, Dalriada, enchilada, Garda, gelada, Granada, Haggadah, Hamada, intifada, lambada, larder, Masada, Nevada, panada, piña colada, pousada, promenader, retarder, Scheherazade, Theravada, Torquemada, tostada •Alexander, commander, demander, Lahnda, slander •Pravda • autostrada

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