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Anzac (ˈænzæk Pronunciation for Anzac



  1. (in World War I) a soldier serving with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps
  2. (now) any Australian or New Zealand soldier
  3. the Anzac landing at Gallipoli in 1915

Example Sentences Including 'Anzac'

Australia already has the frigate HMAS Anzac in the Gulf and is ready to contribute 150 troops from the Australian SAS.
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
But the real spirit of the event was a deep attachment to Gallipoli, to Anzac Day, and to what these things represent.
I indeed met the woman in question in her Port Macquarie apartment, and conducted the interview for a Herald story for Anzac Day.
Peter FitzSimons NANCY WAKE (2002)
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Phil Goff said he did not think New Zealand was sending undercover police to Gallipoli for Anzac Day.
New Zealand Herald (2003)
NZ Army personal by the Cenotaph at the Auckland War Memorial Museum at the dawn service on Anzac Day.
New Zealand Herald (2003)
Twice on his way back, after he had come off the Anzac Bridge, he had got lost on the turn-offs.
Jon Cleary YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)


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