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also car·a·bi·nier  (kăr′ə-bə-nîr′) or car·bi·neer (kär′bə-)
A soldier armed with a carbine.

[French carabinier, from carabine, carbine; see carbine.]


(ˌkærəbɪˈnɪə) or


(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) variant forms of carbineer


(ˌkɑr bəˈnɪər)

also carabineer

a soldier armed with a carbine.
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Noun1.carabineer - a soldier (historically a mounted soldier) who is armed with a carbine
rifleman - a soldier whose weapon is a rifle
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Invitation to tender : Bienne, Chemin des Carabiniers / Rue de l~Octroi Assainissement des conduites
At the same time, they maneuvered within the Armed Forces and Carabiniers to disrupt the institutional order, fearing that the popular sectors would continue to gain strength in a setting in which they caused tension while respecting the law.
Dwayne Sabin, 32, of The Carabiniers, Stoke Aldermoor, admitted assault by beating, and possessing a small bag of cannabis.
The annual regimental dinner for 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales's) Dragoon Guards will be held in Chester on Sunday, April 13 to remember the Battle of Nunshigum, which took place on the same date 70 years ago.
Un homme a tire sur des carabiniers en faction, blessant deux d'entre eux.
Trois personnes sont decedees a San Felice del Panaro dans l'effondrement d'une usine, deux dans la localite proche de Mirandola, une a Concordia et une autre a Finale, a indique le commandant des carabiniers de Modene, Salvatore Iannizzotto.
In the 1880s, the Carabiniers obtained a quantity of the French army's standard, rifle, the Fusil d'Infanterie Mle.
mc), to watch the Carabiniers performing their daily changing of the guard at 11.
He was called to the Bar by the Middle Temple in 1954 before embarking on two years' national service with the 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales's Dragoon Guards) stationed in Osnabrck, Germany.
Georges Hughes, was made up of four companies of the 65th Mount Royal Rifles, or Carabiniers Mont-Royal, as they called themselves.
The slightly campy manner in which Kolbowski's female actor plays the role of the German soldier, in trench coat and boots; the grainy texture of the images; and the lyrical, rural landscape seem to draw as much from the pantomimed future war of Godard's Les Carabiniers as they do from the melancholy episodes of Elle's dying lover on the quay of the Loire.
55am precisely in Place du Palais with carabiniers in bright blue helmets and white spats marching to the sound of a military side drum.