aide-de-camp defined in 1939 yearaide-de-camp - Aide-de-camp;
aide-de-camp - Word, of French origin, applied to an officer who serves a general or a governor in a personal capacity. In. times of peace his functions are secretarial and domestic. In war he arranges for the comfort of the commander, and sometimes acts as camp commandant at headquarters, supervising the batmen, drivers, clerks, etc. In Great Britain certain colonels are appointed as aides-de-camp to the King, an honorary distinction in most cases. An aide-de-camp is designated by the letters A.D.C.
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