English to Arabic Meaning :: cadet

Cadet :
تلميذ عسكري
تلميذ عسكري, طالب في كلية حربية, أخ أصغر
تلميذ عسكريطلاب
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Noun(1) a military trainee (as at a military academy

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(1) Another award winner in the Ukraine was walking his dog when a police cadet pointed out that dogs in that area must be walked with a muzzle and a leash.(2) On successful completion of training, a cadet becomes eligible to represent the Directorate at the national-level camp.(3) The man, probably a cadet of the family, held a small estate in Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire.(4) army cadet(5) a cadet branch of the family(6) A cadet of the family of the Earls of Lincoln, he espoused, along with many other scions of noble houses, the royal side in the civil war.(7) The suit - made from netting and hessian - took Karl, 16, an army cadet , more than 120-hours to complete.(8) an air force cadet(9) After the investiture in 1364 of Philip the Bold as duke of Burgundy, the duchy of Burgundy became a cadet branch of the French royal house of Valois.(10) Control of the marriage of a female heiress by the cadet branches of the chiefly house, and the office of tutor or guardian within the clan, were partial answers.(11) She was born on March 6, 1903, Tokyo, the eldest daughter of the Prince who headed one of the eleven cadet branches of the Imperial Family.(12) When I started in York 34 years ago as a young police cadet , it was a different world.(13) a cadet of the family of the Earls of Rosse(14) We follow a young naval cadet (they weren't called Midshipmen yet) who joined the Navy football team following its first loss to West Point.(15) navy cadet(16) At each corner was a tower of sufficient dimensions to make it the residence of some cadet of the family.
Related Words
(1) space cadet ::
رائد فضاء تحت التدريب
1. plebe ::
Different Forms
cadet, cadets
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