infantryman


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in·fan·try·man

 (ĭn′fən-trē-mən)
n.
A soldier in the infantry.

infantryman

(ˈɪnfəntrɪmən)
n, pl -men
(Military) a soldier belonging to the infantry

in•fan•try•man

(ˈɪn fən tri mən)

n., pl. -men.
a soldier of the infantry.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.infantryman - fights on foot with small armsinfantryman - fights on foot with small arms  
fusilier - (formerly) a British infantryman armed with a light flintlock musket
grenade thrower, grenadier - an infantryman equipped with grenades
doughboy - an American infantryman in World War I
musketeer - a foot soldier armed with a musket
soldier - an enlisted man or woman who serves in an army; "the soldiers stood at attention"
Translations

infantryman

[ˈɪnfəntrɪmən] N (infantrymen (pl)) → soldado m de infantería (Hist) → infante m

infantryman

[ˈɪnfəntrimən] nfantassin minfant school n (British) cours préparatoire et première année de cours élémentaire, entre cinq et sept ans
He's just started at infant school → Il vient d'entrer au cours préparatoire.infant son nenfant m
her infant son → son enfant

infantryman

n pl <-men> → Infanterist m, → Fußsoldat m (Hist)

infantryman

[ˈɪnfntrɪmən] n (-men (pl)) → fante m
References in classic literature ?
The days when the emotional infantryman decided battles had passed by for ever.
Michael Lawrence, Alpha Company 3-15th infantryman and course assistant instructor.
The Sole Superpower: 1989-Present" highlights the role of today's infantryman.
Always at the front, as the war shaped the American infantryman, the infantryman shaped Bill's cartoons.
Among the youngest was 19-year-old James Wright from Handsworth, who will join the Welsh Guards, also as an infantryman.
Drafted into the Army in World War II, Bowman "received three Bronze stars and a Purple Heart for his service as a combat infantryman," the Houston Chronicle reports.
Any collection strong in World War II memoir needs ETCHED IN PURPLE: ONE SOLDIER'S WAR IN EUROPE, first published in 1949 and offering the author's personal record of his experiences as a combat infantryman during the war.
Rand Abdel-Qader, 17, was suffocated and hacked with a knife last month after her father learned of the relationship with the infantryman, known as Paul.
Mailer, 84, gained instant literary acclaim with his first book, The Naked and the Dead, published in 1948 and based in part on his experience as a US Army infantryman.
My 20-year old son is determined to join the Canadian Armed Forces shortly, as an infantryman.
Durham Light Infantryman, Private Joseph Nicholls, 17, of Ryton, was one of 73,000 soldiers who died in the bloody First World War battle, and his body was never found.
So far, more than pounds 10,000 has been raised by outraged townsfolk in the wake of the theft of the statue, a Boer War infantryman.