In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1soldado femininefeminine militaran old soldier — un excombatiente
- be a brave little soldier — pórtate como un valiente
- to be a good soldier — ser leal y disciplinado
- a soldier of fortune — un mercenario
- to play (at) soldiers — jugar a la guerra
- Norms against child soldiering have proven to be insufficient, so stigmatization of those who abuse children in this manner must be backed up with real punishments.
- There are over 1,000 troops occupying the island, including some soldiers from other battalions.
- She had told me he was the model for ‘The Digger,’ a bronze bust of a soldier at the Australian War Memorial.
- Keitel, a professional soldier, served as an artillery officer on the Western Front during the First World War and then as a staff officer.
- He reached the base and looked around, watching as soldiers marched in formation.
- Before visiting a regiment he would call the colonel aside and ask for the name of a soldier who had served well in previous campaigns, but who had not been given the credit he deserved.
- This system gave the local lords wealth and property in exchange for their services as cavalry soldiers in the army.
- As humble privates and illustrious generals, Scottish soldiers marched and fought across the globe, in the service of the British Empire.
- As an enlisted soldier, he served in every leadership position up to the position of First Sergeant.
- He zoomed in on the view of one of the soldiers under his command.
- He thus avoided serving as a soldier, or ‘cannon fodder,’ as he would later put it.
- This is the first glimpse of the new Yorkshire Regiment's Army cap badge, under which thousands of soldiers will fight and serve.
- The fights are between foot soldiers fighting with swords, spears or axes fashioned out of rattan cane.
- A graduate of West Point and a career soldier, he served in combat units in Europe in World War II and in Korea during the Korean War.
- Before then the only medals awarded to serving soldiers were for good conduct or long service.
- Private Alan Davidson, 19, said the Army trains soldiers to be ready for anything.
- Heavily armed soldiers are deployed around government buildings and soldiers are everywhere in the streets.
- By all accounts, the soldiers serve nobly, stand ready and ably carry out their duties.
- Just like other local soldiers, they also served in various military units nationwide.
- When a soldier has to serve in a dependent-restricted area, he must be confident that his family is well cared for back home.
- Termites have a strict caste system, which consists of worker termites, soldiers, winged reproductive termites, a queen termite, and a king termite.
- Soldiers resemble worker termites, except that they have enlarged brownish heads and strong, well-developed jaws.
- When these ants sense a possible threat, they increase the ratio of soldiers to workers in their colonies, report Luc Passera of Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse, France, and his colleagues.
3British informalCookingsoldiers — trozos de pan tostado que se comen con huevos pasados por agua
1servir como soldado
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