Translation of deserter in Spanish:


desertor, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈzərdər//dɪˈzəːtə/


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    desertor masculine
    desertora feminine
    • The thousands of draft-dodgers and deserters who evaded each call-up showed clearly enough that the army's appeal was far from universal.
    • After 30 days of being AWOL a serviceman is considered a deserter, and a warrant is issued for his arrest.
    • This structure should also have responsibility to search for deserters.
    • Considered a deserter by the Red Army, he was convicted of treason.
    • There may be thousands of potential deserters fleeing the Army, and they're trying to hide the scandal.
    • He had become a deserter from the U.S. military - a crime punishable by prison, or even death.
    • ‘We have arrested the culprits who include a deserter from the Army,’ says a forest official.
    • Rather than finding the deserters, the army tends simply to write off the missing soldiers and dismiss them in their absence.
    • The marshland areas were areas that dissidents could go and hide in, deserters from the army could go and hide in.
    • We cannot deny the fact that many military deserters are known to be potential terrorists and criminals.
    • U.S. military records list him as an Army deserter.
    • Or they were acting on their own authority, in which case they are the equivalent of mutineers, deserters, or traitors in the field.
    • With the help of military deserters, they stormed the prison and forced its surrender, massacring the commander who had fired on them early in the attack.
    • In the American and British armies deserters were almost always infantrymen.
    • What will today's conscientious objectors and military deserters look like?
    • Soldiers are considered deserters when they remain AWOL for more than 30 days.
    • In addition, about half a million Italian deserters had melted into the landscape.
    • Jean may be an army deserter, but he still maintains an air of heroism.
    • The Indian Army declared him a deserter when he did not return.
    • Peter, at first so quiet and unassuming, turns out to be an Army deserter.