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  1. soldier

    • IPA[ˈsəʊldʒə]


    • n.
      a person who serves in an army.;a private in an army.
    • v.
      serve as a soldier;carry on doggedly; persevere
    • verb: soldier, 3rd person present: soldiers, gerund or present participle: soldiering, past tense: soldiered, past participle: soldiered

    • noun: soldier, plural noun: soldiers

    • 釋義


    • 1. a person who serves in an army.
    • a private in an army.
    • 2. a wingless caste of ant or termite with a large specially modified head and jaws, involved chiefly in defence.
    • 3. British informal a strip of bread or toast, used for dipping into a soft-boiled egg.
    • 4. an upright brick, timber, or other building element.


    • 1. serve as a soldier I soldiered with your father on his last four campaigns
    • 2. informal carry on doggedly; persevere Graham wasn't enjoying this, but he soldiered on