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cannon fodder

noun [U]    
If you describe soldiers as cannon fodder, you mean that they are not considered important by their officers and are sent into war without their leaders worrying if they die. 炮灰 People of little importanceSoldiers and people who fight in wars
Translations of “cannon fodder”
in Chinese (Traditional) 炮灰…
(Definition of cannon fodder from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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