Traducción de squaddie en Español:

squaddie

soldado raso, n.

Pronunciación /ˈskwɑdi//ˈskwɒdi/

nombre

Britanico
coloquial

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    soldado raso masculino
    guripa masculino España argot
    • He sailed to France with thousands of other young squaddies and was transferred to the Manchester Regiment to replace another gunner who had been shot dead.
    • Military skills are a vital part of being a mercenary, but the successful mercenary needs other skills that the average squaddie never picks up during his military career.
    • Gunner Palace does show the day-to-day life of the squaddies, although it could have been condensed to 15 minutes, instead of 85.
    • At Edinburgh, a gaggle of squaddies boarded the train.
    • I'm doing BFBS (British Forces Broadcasting Sevice) next Friday at 1.30 pm, so if you know any squaddies, get them to tune in.
    • The youngest squaddie to win the Military Cross was yesterday decorated by the Queen.
    • When squaddies leave the army they are not treated any better.
    • It is a place where rank counts for little, where officers can talk with the squaddies as equals.
    • Tonight I'm on night patrol in the van with Phil, an ex squaddie who wishes he hadn't left the Army.
    • Their experience had been shared by two million squaddies and is etched into the souls of all those who served.
    • The army revealed last week that it is spending £2bn on moving squaddies out of barracks and into individual flats in a bid to root out the causes of mob bullying.
    • Captain Baker said morale among the called-up squaddies remained high despite the painful separation from loved ones.
    • At the other end of the scale, many squaddies - if they'll forgive the term - leaving the forces are denied entry to the police because they lack the educational qualifications.
    • Drunk squaddies out on the town could soon be causing chaos around the Lyneham area if cuts in MoD police go-ahead, MP James Gray has warned.
    • He always wanted to be a soldier and signed on at 15, becoming a full-time squaddie at 18.
    • PT was a regular feature of the morning, still then taught by ex-Army men only recently retired from square-bashing squaddies.
    • A friend of mine went to the game and although he kept to the silence, he did come back and tell us that a group of people behind him who were booing the silence, were squaddies.
    • As far back as I can remember squaddies on the loose at home or abroad were not a welcome sight.
    • Imagine a group of squaddies on the town with as much money as a Premiership player and you would anticipate testosterone-fuelled trouble.
    • There are UK warships at harbour here, and off duty squaddies roaring around the streets on mopeds, but what we really came to see is apes, Barbary Apes.