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en·list·ed

 (ĕn-lĭs′tĭd)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being a member of a military rank below a commissioned officer or warrant officer.

en•list•ed

(ɛnˈlɪs tɪd)
adj.
of, pertaining to, or belonging to the part of the armed services ranking below commissioned officers or warrant officers: enlisted personnel; enlisted seniority.
[1715–25]
Translations

enlisted

[ɪnˈlɪstɪd] adj (US) (MILITARY) enlisted man → simple soldat m
enlisted woman → femme f soldat
enlisted soldier → simple soldat m
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