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Translation of "soldier" - English-Spanish dictionary

soldier

noun   /ˈsəʊl·dʒər/
B1 a person in an army soldado, militar
(Definition of soldier from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

soldier

noun /ˈsəuldʒə/
a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer soldado The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.
soldier on phrasal verb
to keep going despite difficulties etc seguir adelante There have been several power-cuts in the office, but we are trying to soldier on (despite them).
(Definition of soldier from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “soldier”
in Korean 군인…
in Arabic جُنْدي…
in Malaysian askar…
in French soldat…
in Russian солдат…
in Chinese (Traditional) 士兵,軍人,戰士…
in Italian soldato, -essa…
in Turkish asker, er…
in Polish żołnierz…
in Vietnamese người lính…
in Portuguese soldado…
in Thai ทหาร…
in German der Soldat…
in Catalan soldat, -ada, militar…
in Japanese 兵士, 兵隊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 士兵,军人,战士…
in Indonesian prajurit…
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