Definition of 'sergeant'
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The former police sergeant is having an absolute nightmare at the moment. The Sun (2014)The sergeant and constable will appear before a tribunal charged with misconduct. The Sun (2007)He was granted the rank of sergeant and set to work. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Her enthusiasm and commitment has seen her being promoted from sergeant and inspector to her present rank. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His father was a police sergeant and his mother a teacher. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It included six weeks on training patrol with constables and sergeants. The Sun (2016)There was no officers versus sergeants nonsense. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940 (2003)And then into the circle steps a lone young police sergeant. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It is the one time in the year when the officers and sergeants serve their men. Broken Lives (1993)An inspector and two sergeants were found guilty of gross misconduct but stayed in the force after written warnings. The Sun (2013)Few African soldiers could rise above the rank of sergeant. World History: Patterns of Change and Continuity (1995)Will the young constable pass his sergeant's exams? Times, Sunday Times (2013)She reported the incident to the police but was told by an army recruiting sergeant to withdraw her complaint or face losing her career. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A further third were serving in the lower military ranks to sergeant. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Six police officers involved in the case have been served with gross misconduct notices, including an inspector and sergeant. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Army sergeants and senior teachers? The Sun (2012)Police and court officials wrestled the Black Watch sergeant to the ground and handcuffed him. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'sergeant'
British English: sergeant /ˈsɑːdʒənt/ NOUN
A sergeant is an officer in the army or the police.
A police sergeant patrolling the area noticed the fire.
- American English: sergeant
- Arabic: رَقِيب
- Brazilian Portuguese: sargento
- Chinese: 警官
- Croatian: narednik
- Czech: seržant
- Danish: overbetjent
- Dutch: sergeant
- European Spanish: sargento
- Finnish: kersantti
- French: sergent
- German: Feldwebel
- Greek: λοχίας
- Italian: sergente
- Japanese: 軍曹
- Korean: 중사
- Norwegian: sersjant
- Polish: sierżant
- European Portuguese: sargento
- Romanian: sergent
- Russian: сержант
- Spanish: sargento
- Swedish: sergeant
- Thai: จ่า
- Turkish: çavuş
- Ukrainian: сержант
- Vietnamese: trung sỹ
Definition of sergeant from the Collins English Dictionary
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