an army officer of high rank, in particular (in the US Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps) an officer ranking above captain and below lieutenant colonel.
One e-mail avowed that too many majors and lieutenant colonels flounder in their first joint assignments.
a major key, interval, or scale.
The first modulates from the tonic key and concludes with a cadence in a related key, usually the dominant for pieces in the major , the relative major for pieces in the minor.
a student's principal subject or course of study.
They are required to have a college diploma at least, and their majors in universities must be related to law or psychology.
a major world organization, company, or competition.
it's not unreasonable to believe someone can win all four majors
a person of full legal age.