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English-German translation for: [armed]
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mil. GI {adj} [attr.] [relating to, or characteristic of United States military personnel, a (former) member of the United States armed forces etc.]
GI- [ugs.] [z. B. GI-Haarschnitt, GI-Kneipe]
mil. to serve [in the armed forces]Militärdienst leisten
hist. Wehrmacht [1934-1945 name of the armed forces of the Third Reich, founded in 1921 as Reichswehr]
Wehrmacht {f}
hist. mil. [Armed Forces of the Weimar Republic]
Reichswehr {f}
law mil. [military discipline lawyer of the German armed forces]
Wehrdisziplinaranwalt {m}
gun [Am.] [coll.] [armed person]
Bewaffneter {m}
hist. mil. [a code word for "cantonment", used in correspondence to mask a deployment location in German armed forces]Ortsunterkunft {f} <O. U.> [Tarnbezeichnung im Schriftverkehr zur Verschleierung des Unterbringungsortes]
mil. [Austrian armed forces]Österreichisches Bundesheer {n}
educ. [German Armed Forces College]Bundeswehrfachschule {f}
mil. [nickname of the quartermaster sergeant in German armed forces]Kammerbulle {m} [Militärjargon] [Unteroffizier, der die Kleiderkammer unter sich hat]
mil. [senior non-commissioned officer in German armed forces, literally "sword knot non-commissioned officer"]Portepeeunteroffizier {m}
[Soldiers' Non-Contributory Schemes Act (act relating to non-contributory schemes for the German armed forces and dependants)]Gesetz {n} über die Versorgung für die ehemaligen Soldaten der Bundeswehr und ihre Hinterbliebenen [Soldatenversorgungsgesetz - SVG] [Deutschland]
hist. mil. [three-star general of the artillery branch of German Armed Forces of the 19th and 20th cent.]General {m} der Artillerie
hist. mil. [U.S. Lt. General equivalent of the 19th and 20th cent. German Armed Forces calvary corps]General {m} der Kavallerie
hist. mil. [U.S. Lt. General equivalent of the infantry branch of German Armed Forces of the 19th and 20th cent.]General {m} der Infanterie
hist. mil. [WW II German female auxiliary volunteer with the armed forces]Wehrmachtshelferin {f} [auch: Wehrmachthelferin]
mil. [WWII, German armed forces, nickname for graduates of abbreviated training courses]Notkonfirmierte {pl}
arquebusier [soldier armed with a harquebus]Arkebusier {m} [Soldat mit Arkebuse]
mil. chaplain [in German armed forces during WW2]Kriegspfarrer {m}
hist. mil. corporal [surplus NCO of a regiment in German armed forces of the 18th century, always officer candidates who hold the task of flagbearer]Freikorporal {m}
hist. mil. corporal [surplus NCO of a regiment in German armed forces of the 18th century, always officer candidates who hold the task of flagbearer]Gefreitenkorporal {m} [Freikorporal]
gunman [armed man]Bewaffneter {m}
mil. military [armed forces of a nation]Militärwesen {n}
military [usually: the military] [the whole armed forces of a nation]Militär {n} [allg.: das Militär] [Gesamtheit der Streitkräfte eines Staates]
hist. mil. peltast [lightly armed type of soldier in ancient Greece]Peltast {m} [Leichtbewaffneter im Alten Griechenland]
mil. poolee [coll.] [US Armed Forces][Rekrut nach Bestehen der Auswahltests, nach der Vereidigung und vor Beginn der Grundausbildung]
hist. mil. Reichsmarschall [Imperial Marshal of the armed forces of the Holy Roman Empire]Reichsmarschall {m}
mil. rifleman [a soldier armed with grenade launcher]Grenadier {m}
hist. mil. sergeant [German armed forces 1921 - 1989]Unterfeldwebel {m}
hist. mil. sergeant [several German armed forces before 1921]Sergeant {m} [einige deutsche Streitkräfte vor 1921]
hist. mil. supernumeraries [excess personnel in German Armed Forces in the 18th and 19th centuries]Überkomplette {pl}
hist. mil. targeteer [hist.] [a soldier armed with a targe]Tartschenträger
aviat. mil. wings [coll.] [Armed Forces Aircrew Badge]Schwingen {f} [ugs.] [Abzeichen für Luftfahrzeugbesatzungsangehörige]
2 Words: Verbs
to come heavy [armed] [Am.] [sl.]bewaffnet kommen
to ride shotgun [idiom] [as an armed guard]zur Bewachung als Beifahrer mitfahren
2 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. arm shield [award for service in some special campaigns, WW II German Armed Forces]Ärmelschild {m} [Auszeichnung für die Teilnahme an besonderen Einsätzen, 2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
armed forces [the whole armed forces of a nation]Armee {f} [ugs.] [ostdeutsch] [Gesamtheit der Streitkräfte eines Staates]
hist. mil. Armenian Legion [WW II, German Armed Forces]Armenische Legion {f} [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
mil. mus. army band [German Armed Forces]Heeresmusikkorps {n} <HMK> [Bundeswehr]
hist. mil. army detachment [WW II, German Armed Forces]Armeeabteilung {f} [auch: Armee-Abteilung] <AA; AAbt.> [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. assault artillery [WWII, German Armed Forces]Sturmartillerie {f} [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
hist. mil. assault engineers [WWII, German Armed Forces]Sturmpioniere {pl} [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
mil. Bundeswehr soldier [female] [German armed forces]Bundeswehrsoldatin {f}
mil. Bundeswehr soldier [German armed forces]Bundeswehrsoldat {m}
hist. mil. transp. communication troops [German armed forces 1899-1931]Verkehrstruppen {f} [deutsche Streitkräfte 1899-1931]
hist. mil. enlisted men [Am.] [member of the U.S. armed services ranking below a NCO]Gemeine {pl} [veraltet] [Mannschaftsdienstgrade]
mil. general discharge [U.S. Armed Forces] <GC>Entlassung {f} (unter ehrenhaften Bedingungen)
hist. mil. Georgian Legion [WW II, German Armed Forces]Georgische Legion {f} [2. WK, dt. Wehrmacht]
mil. German Army [land component of the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Germany]Deutsches Heer {n}
mil. guard commander [German armed forces, usually a NCO]Wachhabender {m} <WH, WaHa>
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