Translation of ex-servicewoman in Spanish:


soldado retirada, n.

Pronunciation /ɛksˈsərvɪsˌwʊmən/ /ɛk(s)ˈsəːvɪsˌwʊmən/

nounplural ex-servicewomen

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    (soldier) soldado retirada masculine
    (soldier) militar retirada masculine
    (sailor) marinero retirada masculine
    • Some of these were ex-servicemen and ex-servicewomen who had fought in the campaigns of the Second World War.
    • They don't have to be ex-servicewomen, although they will be made very welcome.
    • The charity also invites all ex-servicewomen to attend a luncheon at the club following the main ceremony.
    • Its duties will be to raise funds for benevolent schemes that help ex-servicewomen or the widows, wives, and children of servicemen.
    • A local organisation put together two teams, about 14 ex-servicemen and a couple of ex-servicewomen, to compete at archery and throwing the javelin.
    • In 1946 a Brisbane headline shouted that ex-servicewomen were banned from marching on Anzac Day.
    • She also served as chairman of the Ex-Servicewoman's Association, an organization which aimed to find suitable employment for demobilized women.