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Weiyang Luo
What's the British slang word for an ordinary soldier?emphacising it's not an officer I once saw this word somewhere,but forget it now.And I can't find it in dictionary.Again,it's a British informal word for a non-officer soldier.Thanks.
Jun 21, 2013 2:17 PM
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Tommy is a common term for a British soldier, although it is associated most closely with The Great War (also known as World War I). I am not sure if Tommy is still used today. Squaddie seems to be a contemporary term.
June 21, 2013
Weiyang Luo
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