Hay 3 definiciones de corporal en inglés:

corporal1

Silabificación: cor·po·ral
Pronunciación: /ˈkôrp(ə)rəl
 
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sustantivo

A low-ranking noncommissioned officer in the armed forces, in particular (in the US Army) an NCO ranking above private first class and below sergeant or (in the US Marine Corps) an NCO ranking above lance corporal and below sergeant.
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  • The Americans - three corporals and one private first class - were from the 4th Ranger Company and had volunteered for a classified mission.
  • Maybe he can sell it to generals, but not many privates, corporals and second lieutenants.
  • He then would assign to his men the ranks of sergeant, corporal, private and so on.

Origen

mid 16th century: from French, obsolete variant of caporal, from Italian caporale, probably based on Latin corpus, corpor- 'body (of troops)', with a change of spelling in Italian due to association with capo 'head'.

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Palabra del día hypnopompic
Pronunciación: ˌhɪpnə(ʊ)ˈpɒmpɪk
adjective
relating to the state immediately preceding waking up

Hay 3 definiciones de corporal en inglés:

corporal2

Silabificación: cor·po·ral
Pronunciación: /ˈkôrp(ə)rəl
 
/

adjetivo

Of or relating to the human body.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Many encumbrances that our bodies endure, including detrimental ones like viruses, have an unwelcome and deeply altering effect on our already flimsy corporal authority.
  • Two skilled therapists subject me to an extreme form of corporal reward known as the Harmony Banyan Massage.
  • This fact confirms directly the concept of higher responsiveness of brain regions to acupuncture of auricular versus corporal points.

Origen

late Middle English: via Old French from Latin corporalis, from corpus, corpor- 'body'.

Derivativos

corporally

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The researchers began by interviewing mothers of the 5-year-old twins to gauge whether children had been punished corporally, through spanking or slapping.
  • Someone is going to get burned financially, legally, or worst of all corporally if they continue to operate under ignorant supposition.
  • When they ‘do not perform’, they are corporally punished and sometimes denied meals.

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Hay 3 definiciones de corporal en inglés:

corporal3

Silabificación: cor·po·ral
Pronunciación: /ˈkôrp(ə)rəl
 
/

sustantivo

A cloth on which the chalice and paten are placed during the celebration of the Eucharist.

Origen

Middle English: from medieval Latin corporale (pallium) 'body (cloth)', from Latin corpus, corpor- 'body'.

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