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ban·do·leeror ban·do·lier (băn′də-lîr′)
A belt fitted with small pockets or loops for carrying cartridges and worn across the chest by soldiers.
[French bandoulière, from Spanish bandolera, diminutive of banda, band, of Germanic origin; see bhā- in Indo-European roots.]
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(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a soldier's broad shoulder belt having small pockets or loops for cartridges
[C16: from Old French bandouliere, from Old Spanish bandolera, bandolero guerrilla, from Catalan bandoler, from bandol band, from Spanish bando; see band1]
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or ban•do•leer(ˌbæn dlˈɪər)
a broad belt with small loops or pockets for cartridges, worn over the shoulder by soldiers.
[1570–80; < Middle French bandoulliere < Catalan bandolera, feminine derivative of bandoler member of a band]
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bandolier[ˌbændəˈlɪəʳ] N → bandolera f
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n → Schulterpatronengurt m
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