Definition of 'peacekeeper'
Example sentences containing 'peacekeeper'
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It refuses to allow its peacekeepers to be deployed inside the country. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If peacekeepers are deployed before peace is established they risk becoming fatally embroiled in the conflict and exploited by the warring factions. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Prime Minister want to invite foreign peacekeepers into the country to disarm dozens of heavily armed militia groups. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Russian peacekeepers patrol both regions. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Trends of 'peacekeeper'
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Translations for 'peacekeeper'
British English: peacekeeper NOUN
Peacekeepers are soldiers who are members of a peacekeeping force.
UN peacekeepers are trying to distribute supplies to 30,000 civilians.
- American English: peacekeeper
- Brazilian Portuguese: soldado em missão de paz
- Chinese: 和平守护者
- European Spanish: encargado de mantener la paz
- French: force de maintien de la paix
- German: Friedenswächter
- Italian: casco blu
- Japanese: 平和維持軍兵士
- Korean: 평화 유지군
- European Portuguese: soldado em missão de paz
- Spanish: encargado de mantener la paz
Definition of peacekeeper from the Collins English Dictionary
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