Pronunciation: (kom"u-sâr'ē-ut), [key]
1. any of the major governmental divisions of the U.S.S.R.: called ministry since 1946.
2. the organized method or manner by which food, equipment, transport, etc., is delivered to armies.
3. the department of an army charged with supplying provisions.
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