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trooper

noun [C] uk   /ˈtruː.pər/  us   /-pɚ/

trooper noun [C] (SOLDIER)

a soldier who belongs to the lowest rank in the part of an army that fights in strong military vehicles or on horses

trooper noun [C] (POLICE OFFICER)

US a police officer in one of the forces of the 50 states of the US: state troopers Troopers are called out in emergencies or dangerous situations.
Translations of “trooper”
in Chinese (Traditional) 士兵, (軍銜最低的)裝甲兵,騎兵…
in Russian полицейский…
in Turkish (ABD) polis memuru…
in Chinese (Simplified) 士兵, (军衔最低的)装甲兵,骑兵…
in Polish policjant/ka…
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