Origin of cadre
How to use cadre in a sentence
On our way to work every day, the cadres stood by with a bamboo cane in their hand.
No one dared to resist even when the cadres knocked down our walls to make fertilizer… The cadres were so fearsome.
The Muslim Brotherhood has street-level cadres willing to fight, and no doubt die.
Brotherhood cadres have been ostentatiously preparing "paramilitary" units, but they are really just street gangs.
They are clearly trying to take over the Armed Forces by stacking its junior cadres with their own members.
In no case must formations, administrative services, or general staffs include supplementary cadres.
The loi des cadres of 1907 introduced many important changes of detail supplementary to the loi de deux ans.
The Leagues contained solid elements; the small bourgeoisie and proletariat might have given the cadres.
Such a performance seemed rather difficult with the army of Aubagne, 600 or 700 men, without cadres and without discipline.
Other cadres, a different discipline would be needed to retain the battalions there.
British Dictionary definitions for cadre
Word Origin for cadre
Cultural definitions for cadre
An elite or select group that forms the core of an organization and is capable of training new members.