Translation: from english

usually male

  • 1 pudknocker

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > pudknocker

  • 2 soldier

    'səul‹ə
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) soldado
    soldier n soldado
    tr['səʊlʤəSMALLr/SMALL]
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    a soldier of fortune un mercenario
    old soldier veterano, excombatiente nombre masculino
    soldier ['so:lʤər] vi
    : servir como soldado
    : soldado mf
    n.
    combatiente s.m.,f.
    militar s.m.
    soldado s.m.
    v.
    militar v.
    ser soldado v.
    'səʊldʒər, 'səʊldʒə(r)
    noun soldado mf; ( officer) militar mf

    to play (at) soldiers — jugar* a la guerra

    tin soldiersoldadito m de plomo

    Phrasal Verbs:
    ['sǝʊldʒǝ(r)]
    1. N
    1) (Mil) soldado mf, militar mf

    common soldier — soldado mf raso

    soldier of fortuneaventurero(-a) m / f militar

    an old soldier — un veterano or excombatiente

    to play at soldiers — jugar a los soldados

    a woman soldier — una soldado, una mujer soldado

    2) (Brit) * (=strip of bread or toast) tira de pan (tostada) para mojar en los huevos pasados por agua
    3) (Zool) (=ant) hormiga f soldado, soldado m
    2.
    3.
    CPD

    soldier ant Nhormiga f soldado, soldado m

    * * *
    ['səʊldʒər, 'səʊldʒə(r)]
    noun soldado mf; ( officer) militar mf

    to play (at) soldiers — jugar* a la guerra

    tin soldiersoldadito m de plomo

    Phrasal Verbs:

    English-spanish dictionary > soldier

  • 3 soldier

    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) soldat
    * * *
    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) soldat

    English-Danish dictionary > soldier

  • 4 soldier

    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) hermaður

    English-Icelandic dictionary > soldier

  • 5 soldier

    közlegény to soldier: katonáskodik
    * * *
    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) katona

    English-Hungarian dictionary > soldier

  • 6 cherub

    cherub cherub noun 1. (pl. cher∙ubs or cher∙ubim) (in art 艺术) a type of angel, shown as a small fat, usually male, child with wings • 小天使(常被绘为有翅膀的胖男孩) --› compare seraph 2. (pl. cher∙ubs) (informal) a pretty child; a child who behaves well • 可爱的小孩;乖小孩 cher∙ub∙ic adj.
    »(formal): a cherubic face (= looking round and innocent, like a small childˈs)
    胖乎乎、天真无邪的娃娃脸
    * * *
    ['tʃerәb]
    n. 小天使, 胖娃娃

    English-Chinese dictionary > cherub

  • 7 soldier

    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) soldado
    * * *
    sol.dier
    [s'ouldʒə] n soldado guerreiro. • vi ser um soldado, tornar-se soldado, servir como soldado. common soldier soldado raso. soldier of fortune soldado mercenário. to soldier on continuar um trabalho, embora seja desagradável.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > soldier

  • 8 soldier

    n. asker, er, nefer, işçi, beyaz karınca
    ————————
    v. askerlik yapmak
    * * *
    asker
    * * *
    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) asker

    English-Turkish dictionary > soldier

  • 9 soldier

    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) vojak
    * * *
    I [sóuldžə]
    noun
    vojak, borec; figuratively odličen vojaški poveljnik; nautical slang mornar, ki se izogiblje delu, zmuznè, zabušant; slang posušen slanik
    soldier of fortune — vojak najemnik; pustolovec, ki služi vsakomur, ki mu plača
    soldier's heart medicine nervozno srce, srčna nevroza
    soldier's medal American military medalja za hrabrost
    common soldier, private soldier — navaden vojak, prostak, borec
    old soldier figuratively oseba ali stvar, ki je svoje odslužila; izkušen človek
    to play the old soldier, to come the old soldier over s.o. slang hoteti (skušati) komu kaj natvesti
    II [sóuldžə]
    intransitive verb
    služiti vojaščino, biti vojak; nautical slang izogibati se dolžnostim, biti zmuznè, zabušant

    English-Slovenian dictionary > soldier

  • 10 soldier

    • palvella sotamiehenä
    • sotilashenkilö
    • sotilas
    • sotamies
    * * *
    'səul‹ə
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) sotilas

    English-Finnish dictionary > soldier

  • 11 they

    かれら 彼等
    せんぽう 先方 < usually male>
    かれら 彼ら
    * * *
    /ðéi; ((弱))ðe/ 《◆特に母音の前で((弱))/ðe/はしばしばあらわれる; they areのareが((弱))/ə(r)/の時, theyは((強))/ðé/となりthey areはthereと同音となる》 〔三人称複数主格の人称代名詞〕
    〖代〗(所有格their, 所有代名詞theirs, 目的格them)
    1 [特定のthey] 彼らは[が]彼女らは[が]それらは[が], その人たちは[が]《◆he, she, itの複数形で, すでに話題になっている人・物・事を受ける; ◇[語法] ⇒ he 》

    “Where are Tom and Mary?”“T~ are in their room. ”「トムとメリーはどこにいるの」「(彼らは)自分たちの部屋にいるよ」

    In those days ships were not fitted with cold storage as ~ are today. 当時, 船には今日のように冷蔵装置は備えられていなかった.

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    ◇[語法]
    (1) 先行名詞が総称的・不特定的に用いられている場合, 単数形であってもtheyで呼応することがある( ⇒ 4 ): A tiger is dangerous. T~ have big, sharp teeth. トラは危険な動物だ. 大きくて鋭い歯がある.
    (2) 先行名詞が集合名詞の場合, 所有格its(全体), またはtheir(個々)で受ける: The class held its election. クラスは選挙をした/The class turned in their papers. クラスの者はレポートを出した.
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    2 [総称のthey](一般に) 人々は, みんなは《◆oftenなどの副詞を伴うと特定のthey( ⇒ 1 )になるので, この意味ではpeopleを代りに用いる》; [不特定のthey] (ある地域・場所・店の) 人たち《◆(1) 話し手と聞き手は含まない. (2) yesterdayなどのような副詞(句)を伴うと, 特定のthey( ⇒ 1 )となるので総称の意味では用いられない. (3) 日本語には訳さないことが多い》

    T~ [People] say the HIV infectious disease is spreading quickly. HIV感染症が急速に広がってきているそうだ(=((正式)) It is said that … )

    In Australia ~ [xpeople] celebrate Christmas in summer. オーストラリアでは夏にクリスマスを祝う《◆オーストラリア人の発話であれば… we celebrate … ; 聞き手がオーストラリア人であれば… you celebrate … 》.

    3 [権威のthey] 権威者, 当局, 警察

    T~ have put a tax on cheese. 政府はチーズに税をかけた.

    4
    a [everyone, anyoneなどの不定代名詞を受けて] (その)人は[が]《◆(1) he, he or she, he/she, s/heの代用( ⇒ everybody ◇[語法] ). (2) 不定代名詞を受ける代名詞が主語の位置に来る場合は, theyが普通》

    Everyone thinks ~ have [((正式)) he or she has, he has] the answer. だれもが自分は答えがわかっていると思っている《◆heだと誰か他の「彼」を指しているような感があるため避けられることが多い》

    No one was hurt, were ~ [((まれ)) was he]? だれもけがをしなかったね(cf. Nobody has taken their [((正式)) his] seat yet. だれもまだ席についていない).

    b [person, reader, doctor, studentなど総称的に使われた名詞を受けて]

    A good writer should be able to pick precisely the word ~ want. 上手な書き手は必要な語を正確に選べなければならない

    It is difficult for an applicant to say exactly what ~ want to say in job interviews. 就職の面接で応募者が自分の言いたいことを正確に言うのは難しい.

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    ◇[語法]((正式))ではtheyを避けてhe or she wants, のようにいうことが多い( ⇒ he or she ). 1970年代頃まではheで受けるのが普通であったが, 最近ではごくまれ ( ⇒ man1◇[語法] , ⇒ person◇[語法] ).
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    5 ((古))[~ who [that]] (…する)人たち《◆現在ではthose whoを用いる》

    Blessed are ~ who are persecuted. 悩めるもの幸いなるかな.

    English-Japanese dictionary > they

  • 12 craftsperson

    [English Word] craftsperson (usually male)
    [English Plural] craftspeople
    [Swahili Word] fundi
    [Swahili Plural] mafundi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6an
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -funda
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    English-Swahili dictionary > craftsperson

  • 13 tailor

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    [English Word] craft of a tailor
    [Swahili Word] ushonaji
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] occupation of a tailor
    [Swahili Word] ushonaji
    [Part of Speech] noun
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] occupation of a tailor
    [Swahili Word] ushoni
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] tailor
    [English Plural] tailors
    [Swahili Word] fundi cherehani
    [Swahili Plural] mafundi cherehani
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6an
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] tailor
    [English Plural] tailors
    [Swahili Word] fundi cherehani
    [Swahili Plural] mafundi cherehani
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6an
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] tailor (usually male)
    [English Plural] tailors
    [Swahili Word] mshonaji
    [Swahili Plural] washonaji
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] shona V
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] tailor clothes
    [Swahili Word] -fasili
    [Part of Speech] verb
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    English-Swahili dictionary > tailor

  • 14 soldier

    I ['səʊldʒə(r)]
    nome soldato m., militare m.
    II ['səʊldʒə(r)]
    verbo intransitivo fare il soldato
    * * *
    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) soldato
    * * *
    I ['səʊldʒə(r)]
    nome soldato m., militare m.
    II ['səʊldʒə(r)]
    verbo intransitivo fare il soldato

    English-Italian dictionary > soldier

  • 15 soldier

    noun
    Soldat, der

    soldier of fortune — Glücksritter, der (abwertend); (mercenary) Söldner, der

    Phrasal Verbs:
    - academic2.ru/91839/soldier_on">soldier on
    * * *
    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) der Soldat
    * * *
    sol·dier
    [ˈsəʊlʤəʳ, AM ˈsoʊlʤɚ]
    I. n
    1. MIL Soldat(in) m(f)
    \soldier of fortune Söldner m
    tin \soldier Zinnsoldat m
    2. ( fig: active member) Aktivist(in) m(f)
    S\soldier of Christ Streiter m Christi
    3. (well-behaved person) braver [o tapferer] Junge/braves [o tapferes] Mädchen
    my boss expects me to be a good \soldier and work the necessary overtime mein Chef erwartet, dass ich schön brav meine Überstunden mache
    II. vi Soldat sein, in der Armee dienen
    * * *
    ['səʊldZə(r)]
    1. n

    to play ( at) soldiers — Soldaten or Krieg spielen

    old soldier — altgedienter Soldat; (fig)

    old soldiers never die(, they just fade away) (prov)manche Leute sind nicht totzukriegen (inf)

    2) (ZOOL) Soldat m
    2. vi
    Soldat(in) sein, (in der Armee) dienen

    after 6 years of soldiering —

    tired of soldieringdes Soldatenlebens müde

    * * *
    soldier [ˈsəʊldʒə(r)]
    A s
    1. MIL Soldat(in):
    soldier of Christ Streiter m Christi;
    a) Söldner m,
    b) Glücksritter m
    2. fig Kämpfer(in) ( in the cause of peace für den Frieden)
    3. US umg Drückeberger(in) pej
    4. soldier ant ZOOL Soldat m (der Ameisen)
    B v/i
    1. (als Soldat) dienen oder kämpfen:
    go soldiering Soldat werden
    2. soldier on (unermüdlich) weitermachen
    * * *
    noun
    Soldat, der

    soldier of fortune — Glücksritter, der (abwertend); (mercenary) Söldner, der

    Phrasal Verbs:
    * * *
    n.
    Soldat -en m.

    English-german dictionary > soldier

  • 16 soldier

    ['səuldʒə(r)] 1. n 2. vi
    * * *
    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) żołnierz

    English-Polish dictionary > soldier

  • 17 soldier

    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) kareivis; karavīrs
    * * *
    kareivis; karavīrs, militārpersona; karavadonis; cīnītājs; kūpināta siļķe; kalpot armijā; izvairīties no darba

    English-Latvian dictionary > soldier

  • 18 soldier

    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) kareivis

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > soldier

  • 19 soldier

    n. soldat; militär; enkel soldat; stridsman
    --------
    v. vara soldat; maska, hålla sig undan från ett arbete (slang)
    * * *
    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) soldat

    English-Swedish dictionary > soldier

  • 20 soldier

    ['səul‹ə]
    (a member (usually male) of an army, often one who is not an officer: The boy wants to be a soldier when he grows up.) voják
    * * *
    • voják

    English-Czech dictionary > soldier

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