Definición de foot soldier en inglés:

foot soldier

Saltos de línea: foot sol|dier


  • 1A soldier who fights on foot.
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    • From a common foot soldier he rose to become one of the most honored military men of his time, the only seventeenth-century commander to receive the coveted title of marechal-general.
    • Following the catastrophe, the tired foot soldier, virtually alone among his peers, sought to defend the court-martialed generals of the ill-fated campaign.
    • It does not matter if you're a foot soldier or a commander - the rule applies to all.
  • 1.1A person who carries out important work but does not have a role of authority in an organization or field: programmers are the foot soldiers of the computer revolution
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    • But you don't have to look too hard to find that some of God's foot soldiers see their role a little differently.
    • Clothing brands popular among the minority youth who are the foot soldiers of drug dealing organizations are the sources of many of the names and images employed.
    • Still, gun-control foot soldiers in organized medicine churn out articles for relatively obscure scientific journals.

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