Definition of 'cadet'
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We have a combined cadet force corps. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Forcing the army to set up more cadet corps in comprehensive schools. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He rowed and was in the army cadet force. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Being punched in the face by a military training officer or senior cadet was routine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He did not finish school but instead became a teenaged police cadet. Times, Sunday Times (2008)At school it had been a requirement that you join the army cadet force for a year. BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)The world would be holding its breath to see whether the young cadet made it safely or not. The Other Side of MeThe following week they were going to move him to a cadet school where he could work for a salary. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale (2007)It wasn't intended as a f***ing jolly drinking song for the cadet corps. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Police cadets played the part of 1,200 injured footie fans. The Sun (2016)That's why the plan to bring back the cadet corps into schools is a good one. The Sun (2008)Cadet forces and university reserves will also be protected, according to officials. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Cadet training teaches obedience, endurance and builds self-confidence. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Patients need to learn the maxim that used to be drilled into soldier cadets at officer training schools: think of the worst and prepare for it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)An honorary colonel, he often accompanied cadets on training camps, and was chairman of their military education committee. Times, Sunday Times (2009)To his surprise, his father then decided that he would benefit from two years as an officer cadet at Sandhurst. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'cadet'
British English: cadet /kəˈdɛt/ NOUN
A cadet is a young person who is being trained in the armed forces or police.
- American English: cadet
- Arabic: طَالِبٌ عَسْكَرِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: cadete
- Chinese: 军官学校学生
- Croatian: kadet
- Czech: kadet
- Danish: kadet
- Dutch: cadet
- European Spanish: cadete
- Finnish: kadetti
- French: cadet
- German: Kadett
- Greek: μαθητής στρατιωτικής σχολής
- Italian: cadetto
- Japanese: 生徒
- Korean: 생도
- Norwegian: kadett
- Polish: kadet
- European Portuguese: cadete
- Romanian: cadet
- Russian: курсант
- Spanish: cadete
- Swedish: kadett
- Thai: นักเรียนทหาร
- Turkish: askeri öğrenci
- Ukrainian: кадет
- Vietnamese: học viên trường sĩ quan
Definition of cadet from the Collins English Dictionary
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