AWOL

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AWOL

or awol  (ā′wôl′)
adj.
Absent without leave.
n.
One who is absent without leave.
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AWOL

(ˈeɪwɒl) or

A.W.O.L.

adj
(Military) military absent without leave; absent from one's post or duty without official permission but without intending to desert
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AWOL

(pronounced as initials or ˈeɪ wɔl, ˈeɪ wɒl)

adj., adv.
1. away from military duties without permission, but without the intention of deserting.
n.
2. a soldier who is absent from duty without leave.
[1915–20; A(bsent)W(ith)o(ut)O(fficial)L(eave)]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.AWOL - one who is away or absent without leave
absentee - one that is absent or not in residence
Adj.1.AWOL - absent without permissionawol - absent without permission; "truant schoolboys"; "the soldier was AWOL for almost a week"
absent - not being in a specified place
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Translations
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AWOL

[ˈeɪwɒl] ABBR (Mil) =absent without leaveausente sin permiso
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AWOL

[ˈeɪwɒl] (=absent without leave)
adj (MILITARY)en absence irrégulière
to be AWOL → être en absence irrégulière
adv
to go AWOL (MILITARY)être en absence irrégulière (humorous) (= disappear) [person] → disparaître de la circulation; [object] → se volatiliser
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