Lance-sergeant



noun, British Military.
1.
a sergeant of the lowest rank.
2.
(formerly) a corporal appointed to act as sergeant, without increase in pay; an acting sergeant.
noun
1.
a corporal acting as a sergeant, usually on a temporary basis and without additional pay

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