Top Definition
Merger of the words Cadet and Corporal.

Used patronisingly towards Corporals undeserving of their rank.

Also used in lue of the Rank Lance-Corporal, when no such rank officially exists.

Origin in the Air Training Corp (UK).
Example One:

"You Cadet, you're now a Cadorporal, you get this rabble formed up and ready for my inspection"

Example Two:

Cadorporal: "You get this cleared up."
Cadet: "Yes Cadorporal."
Cadorporal: "What did you just call me?"
Cadet: "I called you Corporal, Cadorporal."
by Tortured_Soul March 06, 2008

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