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unsoldierly
American English: /ˌənˈsoʊldʒərli/
British English: /ʌnˈsəʊldʒəli/

Translation of unsoldierly in Spanish:

adjective

  • impropio de un militar or de un soldado
    Example sentences
    • This was so effective that the soldier was unable to maintain a unsoldierly appearance even when out of uniform.
    • I was drafted in the fall of 1953… a most unsoldierly soldier, but a lucky one.
    • Some leaders consider it unsoldierly to have a strategic focus.

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