listen to the pronunciation of soldier
Englisch - Türkisch

Bütün askerler cesurdu. - All the soldiers were gallant.

Birçok asker savaşta kötü yaralardan acı çekti. - Many soldiers suffered terrible wounds in the battle.

çalışır görünmek
{i} işçi
soldier of fortune bir çıkar veya macera için askerlik yapan kimse
karınca yuvasının bekçiliğini yapan iri karınca
{i} nefer
{f} on metanetle devam etmek
(Askeri) ASKER, ER: Orduya mensup herhangi bir kimse. SOLDIER'S AND SAILOR'S CIVIL RELIEF ACT: SİVİL MÜKELLEFİYETLERDEN MUAFİYET KANUNU: Bazı sivil mükellefiyetlerin tatbikatını ertelemek suretiyle Silahlı Kuvvetler mensuplarına adli ve hukuki himaye sağlayan federal kanun. Buna, yalnız (Civil Relief Act) da denir
(fiil) askerlik yapmak
{i} beyaz karınca
{f} askerlik yapmak

El bombası askerden beş metre uzakta patladı. - The grenade exploded five metres from the soldier.

asker olma
soldier who does the typing
soldier’s meal
(Gıda) karavana
soldier’s rations
(Gıda) kumanya
soldier of fortune
soldier on
devam et
soldier on
yılmadan çalışmak
soldier betle
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yakı böceği
soldier greatcoat
(Askeri) er kaputu
soldier of fortune
paralı asker
soldier on
soldier on patrol
karakol nöbetçisi
devam et
soldier' s qualification card
(Askeri) ER EVSAF KARTI: Her ere ait esas sınıflandırma kartı. Bu kartta, erin, kısa hal tercümesi, tahsil hayatı, mesleki ve askeri tecrübesi, test notları ve diğer bilgiler bulunur
soldier's deposits
(Askeri) ERAT MEVDUAT HESABI: Erat sınıfından şahısların kendi personel subayları aracılığıyla ve bir maliye ve muhasebe subayı yanında yatırılmış paralar
soldier's medal
(Askeri) FEDAKARLIK MADALYASI: Muharebe veya uçuşlar dışında gösterilmiş kahramanlıklar için verilmiş madalya. Madalya sıra numarası 7'dir
soldier's medal
(Askeri) fedakarlık madalyası
soldier's qualification card
(Askeri) er evsaf kartı
soldier's ration
asker tayını
mercenary soldier
(Askeri) paralı asker
senior soldier
(Askeri) üst devre
serve as a soldier
askerliğini yapmak
soldier on
devam etmek
asker gibi

Savaş askerleri cepheye gitmeye zorladı. - War compelled soldiers to go to the front.

Bütün askerler cesurdu. - All the soldiers were brave.

us soldier
(Askeri) amerikan askeri
cavalry soldier
süvari askeri
confederate soldier
müttefik asker
disabled soldier
malul gazi
fellow soldier
silah arkadaşı
foot soldier
piyade neferi
foot soldier
piyade eri
toy soldier
oyuncak asker

Oğlan oyuncak askerleri ile oynuyor. - The boy is playing with his toy soldiers.

common soldier
sıradan bir asker
fellow soldier
adam asker
infarct, soldier
infarkt, asker
lead soldier
kurşun asker
provide housing for a soldier
Bir asker için konut sağlamak
red soldier
kırmızı asker
third person singular of soldier
üçüncü kişi askerin tekil
water soldier
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Su makası
woman soldier
kadın asker
offense committed by soldier
(Kanun) askerin işlediği suç
old soldier
tecrübeli adam
old soldier
boş içki şişesi
private soldier
{i} nefer
private soldier
{i} er
retired soldier
emekli asker
retired soldier
asker emeklisi
seasoned soldier
savaş görmüş asker
{i} askerlik yapma
{i} askerlik
{s} asker gibi; askere yakışır
unknown soldier
meçhul asker
Englisch - Englisch
A term of affection for a young boy
A guardsman
A member of the Salvation Army
To continue
To be a soldier
To intentionally restrict labor productivity; to work at the slowest rate that goes unpunished. Has also been called dogging it or goldbricking. (Originally from the way that conscripts may approach following orders. Usage less prevalent in the era of all-volunteer militaries.)
A member of an army, of any rank
A piece of buttered bread (or toast), cut into a long thin strip and dipped into a soft-boiled egg
a person engaged in military service
{n} a man engaged in military service, a private as opposed to an officer, a brave warrior
a member of the caste within the colony that is specialized for colony defense
One who is engaged in military service as an officer or a private; one who serves in an army; one of an organized body of combatants
A brave warrior; a man of military experience and skill, or a man of distinguished valor; used by way of emphasis or distinction
The soldiers serve to defend the nest
This term refers to human beings, military and/or civilians
serve as a soldier in the military
One of the asexual polymorphic forms of white ants, or termites, in which the head and jaws are very large and strong
The red or cuckoo gurnard Trigla pini
To make a pretense of doing something, or of performing any task
A soldier is a person who works in an army, especially a person who is not an officer. soldier on to continue working in spite of difficulties
Especially, a private in military service, as distinguished from an officer
a wingless sterile ant or termite having a large head and powerful jaws adapted for defending the colony
A brick laid vertically on end with the stretcher face showing in the surface of the work
{i} member of the military, enlisted man, one who serves in the army; loyal and active follower, one who fights for a cause
{f} serve in the army; goof off while pretending to work (Slang)
A brick laid on its ends so that its longest dimension is parallel to the vertical axis of the face of the wall
an enlisted man or woman who serves in an army; "the soldiers stood at attention"
a wingless sterile ant or termite having a large head and powerful jaws adapted for defending the colony an enlisted man or woman who serves in an army; "the soldiers stood at attention"
To serve as a soldier
soldier beetle
Any of several beetles, of the family Cantharidae, that are predators of aphids and other insects
soldier beetles
plural form of soldier beetle
soldier crab
Any of several crabs, especially the European or Caribbean hermit crabs (Pagurus bernhardus and Coenobita clypeatus)
soldier flies
plural form of soldier fly
soldier fly
Any fly of the insect family Stratiomyidae that resemble wasps
soldier of fortune
Hence, a person willing to work for or ally himself with any person or institution who will take him on
soldier of fortune
A non-commissioned soldier willing to serve any state or person who will hire him; a mercenary
soldier on
To continue or persist, despite adversity or difficulty

He soldiered on through the night, working hard and not sleeping.

soldier's heart
A term dating to the American Civil War for a disorder of the heart related to combat

The extension of our knowledge in regard to cardiac disorders and arrhythmias was largely incorporated in the seventh edition of this work, but to them has been added the more recent studies upon Effort Syndrome or Soldier's Heart.

soldier crab
{i} small Australian crab pale blue in color
soldier grainy club
a variety of grainy club
soldier of fortune
mercenary, soldier who fights for a financial reward
soldier of fortune
a person hired to fight for another country than their own
soldier of fortune
One who will serve in any army or undertake risky tasks for personal gain or love of adventure. soldiers of fortune someone who works as a soldier for anyone who will pay them = mercenary
soldier on
If you soldier on at something, you continue to do it although it is difficult or unpleasant. The government has soldiered on as if nothing were wrong
Christian soldier
a person or group of people that believe in the use of force with arms to do Gods' work
buffalo soldier
An African-American soldier in the US Army, serving in one of a number of segregated units under white officers, in the period after the US Civil War up to the final racial integration of the US military, at the end of the Korean War
chocolate soldier
someone thought to be unwilling to fight

I thought he was a chocolate soldier which was probably unfair—everyone said he had done the “right thing” in the Canada campaign.

dead soldier
An empty container, usually a bottle or can which contained an alcoholic beverage

When my mother drinks beer, she peeks in the bottle to make sure it's a dead soldier.

foot soldier
A soldier who fights on foot; an infantryman
In the way of, or appropriate to, a soldier

His soldierly demeanor stood him good stead in civilian life when vicissitudes would assail him.

tin soldier
A toy soldier made out of tin
toy soldier
A figurine created to resemble a miniature of a person outfitted for military combat
{a} becoming a soldier, warlike, bold
{n} the military character or state
A soldier
Prussian soldier
well-dressed and disciplined soldier
Unknown Soldier
a soldier, whose name is not known, and whose body is buried in a national monument, which is usually called the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. He represents all the soldiers of the same nation who died in a war, especially in World War I or World War II
a soldier
armored forces soldier
soldier in a military assault force (tanks supported by infantry and artillery troops)
buffalo soldier
black soldiers in the U.S. Army who fought against the Indians in the West between 1867 and 1896 (Informal)
buffalo soldier
A member of one of the African-American regiments within the U.S. Army after the Civil War, serving primarily in the Indian wars of the late 1860s. Nickname given to members of African American cavalry regiments of the U.S. Army who served in the western U.S. (1867-96). An 1866 law authorized the army to form cavalry and infantry regiments of African American men under the command of white officers; the result was the 9th and 10th cavalries and the 38th through 41st infantries. The primary mission of the cavalry regiments was to control Indians on the western frontier (the nickname "buffalo" was given by the Indians). The soldiers took part in almost 200 engagements. Noted for their courage and discipline, they had the army's lowest desertion and court-martial rates. One of the 10th Cavalry's officers was John Pershing, whose nickname "Black Jack" reflected his advocacy on behalf of African American troops
career soldier
soldier who has chosen the army as his profession
chocolate soldier
{i} chocolate candy molded in the shape of a soldier
combat soldier
soldier whose task is to fight in combat, soldier who fights in war
common soldier
regular soldier, soldier of average rank and duty
confederate soldier
a soldier in the Army of the Confederacy during the American Civil War
discharged soldier
soldier who has been released from the army
foot soldier
The foot soldiers of a particular organization are people who seem unimportant and who do not have a high position but who do a large amount of very important and often very boring work
foot soldier
fights on foot with small arms
foot soldier
an assistant subject to the authority or control of another
foot soldier
infantryman, soldier who fights ground battles
lone soldier
soldier that has no family in the country and as a result is given special rights and privileges by the army
noncombat soldier
soldier which does not actively fight in battle
outstanding soldier
soldier of remarkable achievement, superior soldier
private soldier
A private soldier is a soldier of the lowest rank in an army or the marines. = private. a soldier of the lowest rank = private
private soldier
{i} soldier of the three lowest military ranks
reserve soldier
soldier who serves in the reserves, soldier who is not on active duty but is available if needed
sea soldier
navy soldier, member of the marines
seasoned soldier
soldiers that are skilled regarding military procedures
past of soldier
The act of serving as a soldier; the state of being a soldier; the occupation of a soldier
present participle of soldier
skills that are required for the life of soldier
The act of feigning to work
the evasion of work or duty
See the Note under Soldier, v
the life or job of a soldier
In the way of or appropriate to, a soldier
{s} of or pertaining to a soldier; having the qualities of a soldier, befitting a soldier
If you act in a soldierly way, you behave like a good or brave soldier. There was a great deal of soldierly good fellowship. typical of a good soldier
(of persons) befitting a warrior; "a military bearing
(of persons) befitting a warrior; "a military bearing"
Like or becoming a real soldier; brave; martial; heroic; honorable; soldierlike
third person singular of soldier
plural of soldier
Military qualities or state; martial skill; behavior becoming a soldier
{i} military qualities; martial ability; skills required to become a soldier
the Tin Soldier
children's stories in which a tin soldier toy was the main character
tomb of the unknown soldier
symbolic tomb and commemorative tombstone in honor of those fallen soldiers whose actual burial place is unknown (in the U.S. state of Virginia at Arlington Cemetery)
toy soldier
a doll that resembles a soldier
toy soldier
game piece which looks like a soldier
unknown soldier
an unidentified soldier whose body is honored as a memorial
unknown soldier
anonymous soldier, soldier whose identity is unknown
veteran soldier
one who has served in the army for a long period of time
water soldier
An aquatic European plant (Stratiotes aloides) with bayonet-shaped leaves
woman soldier
female soldier, female member of the military
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von soldier im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

tayın bedeli ration allowance (money given a soldier
in lieu of rations
yazıcı er soldier who acts as
a clerk