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guardsman

Saltos de línea: guards|man
Pronunciación: /ˈɡɑːdzmən
 
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Definición de guardsman en inglés:

sustantivo (plural guardsmen)

1(In the UK) a soldier of a regiment of Guards.
Example sentences
  • The West Yorkshire Regiment guardsmen were well prepared for the weather.
  • The palace was floodlit, a full-size Royal Standard, usually reserved for state occasions, was flying and guardsmen in bearskins were on sentry duty.
  • Branchflower, 20, a guardsman with the Irish Guards, was deployed
1.1(In the US) a member of the National Guard.
Example sentences
  • It is present in the camouflaged armed national guardsmen who greet members of Congress each day we enter the Capitol campus.
  • The national guard plays a critical role in homeland security, but tens of thousands of national guardsmen are now deployed overseas, supporting the global war on terror.
  • At Duneen Mill in Greenville, South Carolina, for example, 425 national guardsmen were deployed to break up pickets.

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