Definición de troopie en inglés:

troopie

Saltos de línea: troopie
Pronunciación: /ˈtruːpi
 
/

sustantivo (plural troopies)

South African informal
  • A soldier, especially a national serviceman: the town serves as a camp for basic training for troopies
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Brit soldiers were taught to load only 12 per mag, and SAS troopies told me they were disciplined for having a thirteenth round in a magazine.
    • He and his planeload of South African troopies were arrested on a tip-off from South Africa when they stopped to take on a load of weapons, on order from a foreign agent.
    • ‘For the record, I was a ‘troopie’ at Paratus, a photojournalist with no rank at all until the last four months of my national service.

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