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Spanish translation of “colonel”

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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.
Translations of “colonel”
in Korean 대령…
in Arabic عَقيد…
in French colonel/-elle…
in Italian colonnello…
in Chinese (Traditional) (陸軍或空軍)上校…
in Russian полковник…
in Turkish albay…
in Polish pułkownik…
in Portuguese coronel…
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…
(Definition of colonel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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