soldier

Soldier vs Infantry - What's the difference?

soldier | infantry |


As a proper noun soldier

is a city in iowa.

As a noun infantry is

soldiers who fight on foot (on land), as opposed to cavalry and other mounted units, regardless of external transport (eg airborne).

Soldier vs Footsoldier - What's the difference?

soldier | footsoldier |


As a proper noun soldier

is a city in iowa.

As a noun footsoldier is

.

Soldier vs Null - What's the difference?

soldier | null |


As a proper noun soldier

is a city in iowa.

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Soldier vs Guerilla - What's the difference?

soldier | guerilla |


As a proper noun soldier

is a city in iowa.

As a noun guerilla is

guerrilla.

Soldier vs Major - What's the difference?

soldier | major |


As a proper noun soldier

is a city in iowa.

As an adjective major is

.

Commando vs Soldier - What's the difference?

commando | soldier |


As a noun commando

is a small fighting force specially trained for making quick destructive raids against enemy-held areas.

As a proper noun soldier is

a city in iowa.

Privat vs Soldier - What's the difference?

privat | soldier |


As a verb privat

is .

As a proper noun soldier is

a city in iowa.

Discharge vs Soldier - What's the difference?

discharge | soldier |


As a verb discharge

is to accomplish or complete, as an obligation.

As a noun discharge

is (symptom) (uncountable ) pus or exudate (other than blood) from a wound or orifice, usually due to infection or pathology.

As a proper noun soldier is

a city in iowa.

Ninja vs Soldier - What's the difference?

ninja | soldier |


As a proper noun soldier is

a city in iowa.

Enemy vs Soldier - What's the difference?

enemy | soldier |


As a noun enemy

is someone who is hostile to, feels hatred towards, opposes the interests of, or intends injury to someone else.

As an adjective enemy

is of, relating to, or belonging to an enemy.

As a proper noun soldier is

a city in iowa.

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