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English-German translation for: [soldier]
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Dictionary English German: [soldier]

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English German
common {adj} [people, soldier etc.]
einfach [Leute, Soldaten etc.]
jobs career {adj} [attr.] [e.g. diplomat, soldier]
Berufs- [z. B. Diplomat, Soldat]
mil. frontline {adj} [attr.] [also: front-line] [e.g. soldier, duty, visit]
Front- [z. B. Soldat, Einsatz, Besuch]
mil. regular {adj} [soldier]
UN {adj} [attr.] [member, soldier, etc.]UNO- [Mitglied, Soldat etc.]
mil. to fall [be killed in a war as a soldier]im Feld bleiben [als Soldat in einem Krieg getötet werden]
to soldier [serve as a soldier]als Soldat dienen
Boche [sl.] [disparaging: a German, esp. a German soldier in World War I]
Scheißdeutscher {m} [vulg.] [pej.]
Boche [coll.] [dated] [pej.] [a German, esp. a German soldier in World War I]
Boche {m} [pej.] [Schimpfname der Franzosen für einen Deutschen, bes. im 1. Weltkrieg]
adventurer [soldier of fortune]
Glücksritter {m}
mil. KIA [killed in action] [soldier]
Gefallener {m} [Soldat]
mil. forager [soldier detailed to forage]
Furier {m} [veraltend] [Fourier] [Soldat, der für die Verpflegung verantwortlich ist]
mil. guard [single soldier]
Wachposten {m}
mil. guard [single soldier]
Wache {f} [Wachposten]
hist. mil. [fanatical soldier, fighting to the end for a lost cause]Endkämpfer {m}
hist. [pejorative nickname for a Russian or Soviet soldier and the Red Army]Iwan {m} [veraltet] [pej.]
hist. mil. [WW I German non-combatant equipment service soldier]Armierungssoldat {m}
arquebusier [soldier armed with a harquebus]Arkebusier {m} [Soldat mit Arkebuse]
hist. mil. askari [local soldier / policeman of a European colonial power in Africa]Askari {m}
mil. auxiliary [esp. Am.] [soldier]Soldat {m} der Hilfstruppe
hist. Confederate [soldier, politician in the American civil war]Konföderierter {m}
mil. Digger [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [esp. WWI and WWII: an Australian, esp. a soldier]Aussie {m} [ugs.] [auch Aussi] [Australier]
mil. fighter [soldier]Soldat {m} [Kämpfer]
mil. formation [aircraft, naval or soldier formation]Verband {m}
mil. Gebirgsjäger [mountain soldier]Gebirgsjäger {m}
mil. GI [esp. a soldier in the US army]G. I. {m} [ugs.] [(einfacher) amerikanischer Soldat] [auch: GI]
hist. mil. Goum [French North African colonial soldier]Goum {m} [französischer Kolonialsoldat nordafrikanischer Herkunft]
mil. grenadier [soldier]Grenadier {m}
hun [coll.] [dated] [pej.] [also: Hun] [German or Austrian, esp. German soldier in World War I or II]Hunne {m} [pej. für einen Deutschen oder Österreicher, bes. als Soldat im 1. oder 2. Weltkrieg]
mil. irregular [soldier, member of irregular troops]Irregulärer {m} [Angehöriger irregulärer Truppen]
mil. jawan [Ind.] [soldier (of low rank), infantryman, esp. in the Indian Army]Soldat {m} [von niedrigem Rang od. Infanterist, bes. in der indischen Armee]
hist. mil. legionary [soldier of the ancient Roman army]Legionar {m} [selten] [neben „Legionär“; zur eindeutigen Bezeichnung eines Soldaten einer Legion im alten Rom]
hist. mil. peltast [lightly armed type of soldier in ancient Greece]Peltast {m} [Leichtbewaffneter im Alten Griechenland]
mil. rifleman [a soldier armed with grenade launcher]Grenadier {m}
2 Words: Others
mil. fighting fit {adj} [in top shape] [i,e, a soldier]voll einsatzbereit
2 Words: Nouns
mil. basket case [Am.] [coll.] [soldier who has all four limbs amputated][Kriegsversehrter, dem beide Arme und Beine amputiert wurden]
eight ball [Am.] [sl.] [a person esp. a soldier, often in trouble]Pechvogel {m} [ugs.]
mil. ground pounder [sl.] [infantry soldier]Sandlatscher {m} [ugs.] [Infanterist]
mil. military police <MP> [military police soldier]Militärpolizist {m}
4 Words: Verbs
to get one's gear on [soldier etc.]aufrödeln [ugs.] [bes. mil.]
5+ Words: Nouns
hist. Frederick William I King in Prussia [called Soldier-King]Friedrich Wilhelm I. {m} König in Preußen [genannt Soldatenkönig]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
entom. T
entom. T
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