an officer holding a field grade.
an officer holding field rank, namely that of major, lieutenant colonel, or colonel
- Fifty-four-forty or Fight
[fif-tee-fawr-fawr-tee, -fohr-] /ˈfɪf tiˌfɔrˈfɔr ti, -ˌfoʊr-/ U.S. History. 1. a slogan popular in 1846, especially among Democrats, who asserted U.S. ownership of the entire Oregon country, including the part that Great Britain claimed between 49° and 54° 40prime; N latitude.
[fif-tee-fawrth, -fohrth] /ˈfɪf tiˈfɔrθ, -ˈfoʊrθ/ adjective 1. next after the fifty-third; being the ordinal number for 54. 2. being one of 54 equal parts. noun 3. a fifty-fourth part, especially of one (1/54). 4. the fifty-fourth member of a series.
[fif-tee-nahyn] /ˈfɪf tiˈnaɪn/ noun 1. a cardinal number, 50 plus 9. 2. a symbol for this number, as 59 or LIX. 3. a set of this many persons or things. adjective 4. amounting to 59 in number.
[fif-tee-nahynth] /ˈfɪf tiˈnaɪnθ/ adjective 1. next after the fifty-eighth; being the ordinal number for 59. 2. being one of 59 equal parts. noun 3. a fifty-ninth part, especially of one (1/59). 4. the fifty-ninth member of a series.