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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).
Translations of “soldier”
in Arabic جُنْدي…
in Korean 군인…
in Malaysian askar…
in French soldat…
in Turkish asker, er…
in Italian soldato, -essa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 士兵,軍人,戰士…
in Russian солдат…
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 Indonesian prajurit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 士兵,军人,战士…
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