soldado


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soldado

(səʊlˈdɑːdəʊ)
n, pl -dos or -does
1. (Military) a soldier
2. (Animals) a heron of South America
3. (Animals) a West Indian fish
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Adventures of those three bloody-minded soldadoes? Did ye read it there, Flask?
1 ROBERTO Soldado kick-started his Tottenham career with a sublime hat-trick to make it six wins from six for Andre Villas-Boas in the Europa League.
1 ROBERTO Soldado kick-started his Tottenham career with a sublime hattrick to make it six wins from six for Andre Villas-Boas in the Europa League.
Roberto Soldado believes he' will soon be able to demonstrate his best form for Tottenham despite the striker struggling in front of the net this season, pinpointing Paulinho as the key to breaking through in the Premier League.
TOTTENHAM 2 Sigurdsson (28,49) NORWICH CITY 0 ROBERTO SOLDADO has been impressed by Christian Eriksen's rapid adaptation to English football.
THERE has been talk of a new record transfer fee being set if Tottenham's Gareth Bale seals a move to Real Madrid but the north London club are also bringing in big players this summer and they smashed their own transfer record for a second time by completing the PS26m signing of Roberto Soldado from Valencia yesterday.
Roberto Soldado netted the winner after the break but only some fine saves from on-loan Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois saved Atletico from a heavier defeat.
Durante la Guerra del Atlantico Sur, el bolson del correo se rebalsaba por las cartas de amor, amistad y familiaridad y por las que personas comunes --interpeladas por las cupulas militares, los medios de masivos comunicacion y las escuelas-- enviaron a los jovenes combatientes individualizados como "soldado argentino", "soldado de la patria" o "hermano argentino".