tommy

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tom·my

also Tom·my (tŏm′ē)
n. pl. tom·mies also Tom·mies Chiefly British
A British soldier.

[Short for Tommy Atkins, from Thomas Atkins, a name often used on sample forms.]

tommy

(ˈtɒmɪ)
n, pl -mies
(often capital) informal Brit a private in the British Army. Also called: Tommy Atkins
[C19: originally Thomas Atkins, a name representing a typical private in specimen forms; compare tom1]

tom•my

(ˈtɒm i)

n., pl. -mies. Brit.
(sometimes cap.) a British soldier.
[1880–85; short for Tommy Atkins]
Translations

Tommy

[ˈtɒmɪ]
A. N
1. (familiar form) of Thomas
2. (Brit) (Mil) (also tommy) → soldado m raso inglés
B. CPD Tommy gun Npistola f ametralladora, ametralladora f, metralleta f

Tommy

n dim of Thomas (Brit Mil sl) → Tommy m (sl)

tommy

:
Tommy gun
tommyrot
n (dated inf)dummes Zeug, Mumpitz m (dated)
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