Translation of guardsman in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈɡɑrdzmən//ˈɡɑːdzmən/

nounPlural guardsmen

  • 1

    (in US)
    soldado de la Guardia Nacional masculine
    • Seven national guardsmen were killed in the attack.
    • The national guard plays a critical role in homeland security, but tens of thousands of national guardsmen are now deployed overseas, supporting the global war on terror.
    • Likewise, a car bomb in Dura, Baghdad, killed 9 national guardsmen and wounded 20.
    • As national guardsmen pounded Rebel buildings with artillery fire and guided missiles innocent civilians were caught in the turmoil.
    • At Canal Street and the West Side Highway, emergency workers, national guardsmen, camera crews, citizens, and tourists were gathered.
    • Although the national guard during Vietnam is quite - was quite a different institution than it is now, the fact is there are thousands of national guardsmen and women who are over in Iraq serving now.
    • The camouflage Humvees were on every corner topped by national guardsmen.
    • While chatting with some of the National Guardsmen, another guardsman approaches and informs us that a woman is in the middle of a stroke around the corner.
    • A national guardsman charged with the murder of an Iraqi police officer has pleaded to a lesser charge of negligent homicide.
    • A car bomb on Saturday reportedly killed four national guardsmen, while clashes took place on Sunday between guerillas and US troops in the city's suburbs.
    • At Duneen Mill in Greenville, South Carolina, for example, 425 national guardsmen were deployed to break up pickets.
    • If this unjust policy remains in effect, this will be the longest deployment of guardsmen and reservists since World War II.
    • We were told to stay off the street by long-suffering national guardsmen and women with southern accents, kids.
    • They hold reserves, they hold national guardsmen.
    • By the end of the day, we had tallied only a few customers, mostly rescue workers and national guardsmen who needed to have their eyes irrigated of debris and their minor wounds dressed.
    • It is present in the camouflaged armed national guardsmen who greet members of Congress each day we enter the Capitol campus.
    • When the fighting was over, two national guardsmen were dead, and 19 were wounded, along with two Iraqi policemen.
    • Snapping power lines, firecrackers, and nervous, untrained police and national guardsmen caused much indiscriminate firing.
    • Among the thousands of rescue and recovery workers were more than 100 airmen, reservists and guardsmen wearing state and city police and fire fighting uniforms.
    • And in the meantime, a team of national guardsmen, FEMA, as well as state highway patrol troopers stand at the ready to respond as necessary.
  • 2

    (in UK)
    miembro de la Guardia Real masculine
    • These foreigners come here, drop notes of assignation into sentries' top-boots, pin fivers on to guardsmen's bearskins.
    • Hundreds of ex-servicemen suffering from Gulf War Syndrome could benefit after a former guardsman won a war pension over the condition in a ‘landmark decision’.
    • Branchflower, 20, a guardsman with the Irish Guards, was deployed
    • The West Yorkshire Regiment guardsmen were well prepared for the weather.
    • The growing rail network gave further guarantees that Paris would be defended; in June 1848 the new lines were already in use to transport soldiers and national guardsmen to Paris to defeat the rebels.
    • The palace was floodlit, a full-size Royal Standard, usually reserved for state occasions, was flying and guardsmen in bearskins were on sentry duty.
    • The guardsmen, who are also crack paratroops, had been due to take part in a performance in front of the Queen.