Adjutant: Meaning and Pronunciation

The word “adjutant” is a noun that refers to a military officer who assists a higher-ranking officer. In Telugu, it can be translated as సహాయకుడు (sahāyakuḍu), సహాయకుడుగా (sahāyakuḍugā), or సహాయకుడుగా ఉండే (sahāyakuḍugā uṇḍē).

Pronunciation: [uh-juh-tuhnt]

Synonyms of Adjutant

Some synonyms of “adjutant” include aide, assistant, deputy, aide-de-camp, and helper.

Nearby Words

Here are some nearby words with their parts of speech and meanings in Telugu:

  • Adjective: విశేషణం (viśēṣaṇaṁ) – a word that describes or modifies a noun.
  • Adjoin: సమీపించు (samīpiñcu) – to be next to or in contact with.
  • Adjust: సరిపడుట (saripaḍuṭa) – to alter or adapt something to fit or conform.
  • Adjudicate: న్యాయపరచు (nyāyaparacu) – to make a formal judgment or decision.

Example sentences:

  1. The adjective form of the word is used to describe the noun.
  2. The two houses adjoin each other, sharing a common wall.
  3. Please adjust your seat to a comfortable position.
  4. The judge will adjudicate the case fairly and impartially.


In Telugu, the antonym of “adjutant” is విరోధి (virōdhi).

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