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soldado

(səʊlˈdɑːdəʊ)
n, pl -dos or -does
1. (Military) a soldier
2. (Animals) a heron of South America
3. (Animals) a West Indian fish
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De lo que no cabe duda es que el soldado seguia siendo un hombre facilmente apartado de los caminos de la conciencia, influido por el mal ejemplo, los desbordamientos pasionales o, simplemente, por lo precario de su vigor, puesto que mucho mas que para cualquier otra persona el momento futuro no le pertenecia.
Como soldado del Batallon de Infanteria Mecanizada 6 de Mercedes fue destinado a Puerto Argentino.
ROBERTO Soldado is on the verge of moving back to Spain after Tottenham announced they had reached an agreement to sell the striker to Villarreal.
Unas horas despues, segun se cuenta, cerca del lugar de la primera encomienda, uno de los superiores del soldado raso Juan Castillo Morales, tambien hizo un encargo: le pidio a este ultimo que lavara su uniforme manchado de sangre.
TOTTENHAM are ready to take a PS15million hit after opening talks with Galatasaray over Roberto Soldado.
1 ROBERTO SOLDADO went from hero to villain to leave Spurs' Europa League hopes on a knife-edge.
Burnley raced into a 2-0 lead in seven minutes, Marvin Sordell breaking a 12-game duck and Ross Wallace's freekick deflecting heavily off Roberto Soldado.
Tottenham's frustrations peaked when Soldado hit the bar from six yards.
Moyes has been inundated with player offers over the past week but, while most have been given short shrift, the deals for Soldado (below) and Young do appeal to the Scot.
1 ROBERTO SOLDADO and Erik Lamela were among the scorers as Tottenham thrashed Celtic 6-1 in yesterday's friendly in Helsinki.
Spurs paid PS26m to bring in Soldado from Valencia, but Atletico are unlikely to offer half that amount.
Spanish forward Soldado ended his two-month goal drought with a neatly-taken finish from strike partner Emmanuel Adebayor's smart pass.