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Translation of "corporal" - English-Spanish dictionary

corporal

noun /ˈkoːpərəl/
(often abbreviated to Corp.when written) (a person of) the rank below sergeant cabo He held the rank of corporal.
Translations of “corporal”
in Arabic عَرّيف…
in Korean 하사…
in Malaysian koperal…
in French caporal/-ale…
in Turkish onbaşı…
in Italian caporale…
in Chinese (Traditional) (陸軍或空軍的)下士…
in Russian капрал…
in Polish kapral…
in Vietnamese hạ sỹ…
in Portuguese cabo…
in Thai สิบโท…
in German der Obergefreite…
in Catalan caporal, -a…
in Japanese (陸軍、空軍の)伍(ご)長…
in Indonesian kopral…
in Chinese (Simplified) (陆军或空军的)下士…
(Definition of corporal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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