Definition of 'serviceman'
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Wives and families caring for injured or sick servicemen have joined together to offer each other support. The Sun (2014)He also hinted that compensation awards across the board for wounded servicemen and women would be increased. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Former serviceman and women will also be expected to be given priority. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She went on to meet injured servicemen and women. The Sun (2016)An unacceptable industry is growing which sees former servicemen now being chased by lawyers and investigators. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He has argued for better treatment of injured and serving servicemen and their families. Times, Sunday Times (2010)During the war she photographed injured servicemen for medical textbooks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The millions of former servicemen and women must also do more to help to promote this good cause. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Scottish servicemen and women would no longer be part of the British armed forces. The Sun (2014)My father was a very different sort of man from the dashing young British servicemen. THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)It's to show other wounded servicemen and women that life goes on. The Sun (2011)Show chiefs reacted by hiring dozens of expert advisers, including current and former servicemen. The Sun (2013)THOUSANDS of you have joined our campaign to help our wounded servicemen and women. The Sun (2014)The tribute coincided with the news that another British serviceman had been killed in the south of the country. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The Tennis Foundation aims to build relations with rehabilitation centres for injured servicemen around the country. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He said: 'No other country puts its servicemen and women through this shambolic process. The Sun (2016)For dozens of British servicemen, these equipment failures have been lethal. Times, Sunday Times (2009)One life sentence prisoner cheered and kicked his cell door when news of a British serviceman's death was announced. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'serviceman'
British English: serviceman /ˈsɜːvɪsˌmæn; -mən/ NOUN
A serviceman is a man who is in the army, navy, or air force.
The servicemen were returning home from leave.
- American English: serviceman
- Arabic: جُنْديّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: militar
- Chinese: 现役军人
- Croatian: pripadnik oružanih snaga
- Czech: voják
- Danish: soldat
- Dutch: militair
- European Spanish: soldado
- Finnish: sotilas
- French: militaire
- German: Militärangehöriger
- Greek: στρατιωτικός
- Italian: militare
- Japanese: 軍人
- Korean: 군인
- Norwegian: servicetekniker
- Polish: żołnierz
- European Portuguese: militar
- Romanian: militar
- Russian: военнослужащий
- Spanish: soldado
- Swedish: militär
- Thai: ผู้ที่รับราชการทหาร
- Turkish: ordu mensubu erkek
- Ukrainian: військовий
- Vietnamese: nam quân nhân
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