- n. 士兵；军人
- vi. 当兵；坚持做
- <口>磨洋工， 偷懒
- [C] 士兵,军人 sb who serves in the military forces of a country; a member of an army
an enlisted man or woman who serves in an army;
"the soldiers stood at attention"
a wingless sterile ant or termite having a large head and powerful jaws adapted for defending the colony
serve as a soldier in the military
- The soldier received a serious wound on the chest.
- The trade of the soldier is war.
- I believe he is meant to be a soldier.
- A faint-hearted person should not be a soldier.
- He enlisted as a soldier in the army as soon as he was old enough.
- He doesn't like the job but he'll soldier on until the work is done.
- It's hard to soldier on when all you seem to meet is failure and defeat.
- The bigger the difficulties,the more bravely we'll soldier on.
- A soldier joins the army to fight for his country.
- He looked around as a British soldier put the rope around his neck.
- The soldier was blinded in the war.
- The wounded soldier fell back on the ground and breathed his last.
- The wounded soldier begged his enemy for mercy.
- He drew his pistol and aimed at the enemy soldier.
- He bears himself like a soldier.
- Our soldiers advanced bravely against the enemy.
- The soldiers had been ordered to allow no strangers through.
- The soldiers armed for battle.
- The soldiers bore themselves well in the battle.
- The soldiers advanced on the enemy.
- The soldiers were arrayed on the opposite hill.
- The enemy soldiers burnt all the houses down.
- “We shall have to bring up some more soldiers”, said the captain.
- The soldiers came back and brought ten prisoners.
- The soldiers battled against the opposing army all day.
- The soldiers are blasting the rocks.
- People backed off in terror as the soldiers charged.
- The order must be acted on by soldiers.
- They beat hard a big drum to urge the soldiers on.
- The nation must arm its soldiers for battle.
- He carefully attended to the wounded soldiers day and night.
- The soldiers of fortune blew up the factory.
- Our soldiers will defend us against the enemy.
- The man is no soldier.
- Napoleon was one of the greatest soldiers who have ever lived.
- She is a soldier for the cause of women's rights.
- Have you got another bottle of wine?There are only dead soldiers in the kitchen.
- He's an old soldier at that sort of thing.
- He enjoys playing the old soldier among his friends.
- You needn't try to come the old soldier over me.
- He would not attempt to play the old soldier.
- Go away and don't come the old soldier in my pub again.
- capture a soldier 俘虏一个士兵
- command soldiers 指挥士兵,命令士兵
- draw soldiers from 从…抽调士兵
- encourage a soldier 鼓励士兵
- find a soldier 发现一个士兵
- kill a soldier 打死一个士兵
- lead one's soldiers 率领士兵
- order the soldiers 命令士兵
- pick soldiers 选拔士兵
- play (at) soldiers 扮演军人,做扮演军人的游戏
- praise a soldier 表扬士兵
- prove a soldier 证明是个战士,考验士兵
- remove soldiers to the front 把士兵调往前线
- select a soldier 挑选士兵
- serve as a soldier 当兵,服役
- train a soldier 训练士兵
- wipe out soldiers 消灭士兵
- make sb a soldier 使某人成为军人
- brave soldier 勇敢的战士
- common soldier 列兵,二等兵
- disabled soldier 残废军人
- fine soldier 优秀的战士
- good soldier 好战士
- great soldier 伟大的战士
- new soldier 新兵,新战士
- old soldier 老兵,老将,老手
- poor soldier 可怜的士兵
- private soldier 列兵,二等兵
- professional soldier 职业军人
- unknown soldier 不知名的兵卒
- young soldier 年轻的战士
- soldiers armed with modern weapons 现代化武器装备的士兵
Be A soldier to thy purpose.出自：Pericles , Shakespeare
No mean soldier of the Church Militant.出自： J. W. Warter
This comes o' letting ye gang a-sodgering for a day.出自： Sir W. Scott
I enjoy soldiering enormously.出自： T. Parker
- soldier, sailor
- ☆ 直接源自古法语的soudier，意为战士；最初源自中世纪拉丁语的soldarius，意为战士。