(redirected from Admiral's)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Related to Admiral's: Admiral's Men

ADMIRAL, officer. In some countries is the commander in chief of the naval forces. This office does not exist in the United States.

References in periodicals archive ?
When customers call, new business executives tell them all about Admiral's insurance products so they can tailor their policy to meet their personal car insurance requirements, before accurately inputting details on our systems as you close the sale.
Admiral's director of communications Louisa Scadden said: "To see the Admiral on such an iconic shirt gives all our staff and their families an immense feeling of pride.
Admiral's chief executive, Henry Engelhardt, said: 'The investment of Munich Re is a strong endorsement of Admiral.
Paul Connah, Admiral's network manager, comments, "Our previous system was just too complex and intensive on resources.
Building on their successful partnership, Admiral's investment in Chapter will almost double over the next three years.
Tom O'Byrne, chief executive of the Great Place to Work Institute UK, described Admiral's dedication to its staff as "outstanding".
Carey said: "I am pleased to have a leader like Scott assume this expanded role in the largest and most critical sector of Admiral's wholesale dedicated businesses.
First Minister Rhodri Morgan welcomed Admiral's entry into the FTSE 100.
Husband and wife Justin and Cath Smart have both worked in Admiral's claims department for 11 years.
Admiral had argued that there was no coverage triggered during its policy period because the environmental damage was manifest prior to Admiral's coverage period and Montrose knew it faced a lawsuit from the Stringfellow site.
Already in effect, Sone is conducting a campaign to organize a network of strategic alliances with American industrial product distributors to sell Admiral's ENVIROTERRA(TM) product line in the USA.