Definition of 'airman'
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Soldiers and airmen were banned from wearing uniform in public. The Sun (2008)Soldiers, sailors and airmen have no union. The Sun (2012)Our soldiers, sailors and airmen put their lives on the line for us. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Our soldiers, sailors and airmen depend on such unselfish support. The Sun (2010)Former soldiers, sailors and airmen are working with the unemployed to inspire them and build their confidence. The Sun (2014)The survivors still wonder why their families were wiped out by American airmen with whom they had no quarrel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It means thousands of soldiers, sailors and airmen and their families will have to live in decaying accommodation for years. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Low cloud favoured the German airmen. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is a limit to which the bravery and sacrifice of our soldiers and airmen may overcome the glaring deficiencies of this Government. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Then we will remember the sacrifices that confronted millions of our soldiers, sailors and airmen who died for us in the past. The Sun (2007)Any proposal to reduce soldiers and airmen would be met with strong resistance from the army and the RAF. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But if she knew which mother she loved, neither could help identify her American airman father. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Around 660 soldiers and 440 airmen applied for redundancy. The Sun (2011)We want your nominations for the most outstanding soldier, airman, sailor or marine and reservist. The Sun (2010)To soldiers, sailors and airmen, any battlefield beyond their own compass seemed remote. Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445 (2007)This revolutionary aircraft will provide the best protection for our soldiers, sailors and airmen for 35 years. The Sun (2012)At Kandahar air base, streams of soldiers and airmen weighed down with huge rucksacks breathed a sigh of relief. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's all going swimmingly except that he has been out the night before and ended up taking pity on a drunk American airman with nowhere to go. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'airman'
British English: airman NOUN
An airman is a man who serves in his country's air force.
…a senior airman.
Definition of airman from the Collins English Dictionary
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