legionnaire


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le·gion·naire

 (lē′jə-nâr′)
n.
A member of a legion.

[French légionnaire, from Old French, from legion, legion; see legion.]
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legionnaire

(ˌliːdʒəˈnɛə)
n
(Military) (often capital) a member of certain military forces or associations, such as the French Foreign Legion or the British Legion
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le•gion•naire

(ˌli dʒəˈnɛər)

n.
1. (often cap.) a member of the American Legion.
2. a member of any legion; legionary.
[1810–20; < French]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Legionnaire - a member of the American Legion
American Legion - the largest organization of United States war veterans
ex-serviceman, vet, veteran - a person who has served in the armed forces
2.legionnaire - a soldier who is a member of a legion (especially the French Foreign Legion)legionnaire - a soldier who is a member of a legion (especially the French Foreign Legion)
legion - a large military unit; "the French Foreign Legion"
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
soldier - an enlisted man or woman who serves in an army; "the soldiers stood at attention"
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Translations

legionnaire

[ˌliːdʒəˈnɛəʳ] Nlegionario m
legionnaire's diseaseenfermedad f del legionario, legionella f
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legionnaire

[ˌliːdʒəˈnɛər] nlégionnaire mlegionnaire's disease nmaladie f du légionnaire, légionellose f
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legionnaire

nLegionär m
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legionnaire

[ˌliːdʒəˈnɛəʳ] n (French Foreign Legion) → legionario
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Dr Gwen Lowe, consultant in communicable disease control for Public Health Wales, said: "We are investigating a number of cases of Legionnaire's disease, and have declared a cluster centred on Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan.
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A widow whose husband contracted Legionnaire's disease from handling compost said bags should feature stronger warnings about the risk.
MONTREAL -- A Legionnaire's disease outbreak in Quebec City has killed 10 people since late July, health authorities in the francophone Canadian city said Saturday in an updated toll.
FOUR doctors implicated in the deaths of three newborn babies from Legionnaire's disease at a Nicosia private clinic in 2008 yesterday pleaded guilty to not upkeeping maintenance regulations, leading to the water distributing system becoming infected with the deadly bacteria.
Doctors were stumped - until they found Legionnaire's bacteria.
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Stephen, who now works with vulnerable people in the Local Economic Development Company in Glasgow, said being homeless in the city was tougher than the Legionnaire's punishments - but added the show took it too far.
A TOWN was at the centre of a health alert last night after an outbreak that has claimed one life and landed two other victims in hospital was confirmed as Legionnaire's disease.
His analyses of the figures of the sailor and the legionnaire are especially rich, and the sexuality of the flaneur has never before been interrogated as it is here.
HALF of Legionnaire's disease victims last year were people returning to the UK from holidays abroad.