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Translation of "colonel" - English-Spanish dictionary

colonel

noun   /ˈkɜː·nəl/
an officer of high rank in the army or air force coronel
(Definition of colonel from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

colonel

noun /ˈkəːnl/
(often abbreviated to Col. when written) an army officer in charge of a regiment coronel He was promoted to Colonel in the US Army.
(Definition of colonel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “colonel”
in Korean 대령…
in Arabic عَقيد…
in Malaysian kolonel…
in French colonel/-elle…
in Russian полковник…
in Chinese (Traditional) (陸軍或空軍)上校…
in Italian colonnello…
in Turkish albay…
in Polish pułkownik…
in Vietnamese đại tá…
in Portuguese coronel…
in Thai พันเอก…
in German der Oberst…
in Catalan coronel, -a…
in Japanese (陸軍、空軍の)大佐…
in Chinese (Simplified) (陆军或空军)上校…
in Indonesian kolonel…
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