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colonel
American English: /ˈkərnl/
British English: /ˈkəːn(ə)l/

Translation of colonel in Spanish:

noun

  • coronel, (-nela) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Some of these officers are now lieutenant colonels and colonels in the Army Reserve.
    • As a result, lieutenant colonels, colonels, and general officers must operate in a more complex task environment than during the Cold War.
    • In the past year I have met midshipmen, Air Force cadets, colonels at the Army War College, officers in the Pentagon, air and naval crews at sea, reserve and retired officers, and a variety of civilian defense analysts.

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