English version

volunteer in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvolunteervol‧un‧teer1 /ˌvɒlənˈtɪə $ ˌvɑːlənˈtɪr/ ●●○ AWL noun [countable]  1 WILLINGsomeone who does a job willingly without being paidvoluntary Most of the relief work was done by volunteers.2 someone who is willing to offer help I need some volunteers to help with the washing-up.3 PMsomeone who joins the army, navy, or air force without being forced toconscript
Examples from the Corpus
volunteerThe duke presented certificates to the first 16 volunteers who have been trained for the scheme.Ask a volunteer to drop one of the liquids on the waxed paper near the high end, near one side.a volunteer fire departmentI need someone to rake the yard. Any volunteers?Bush has agreed to serve as co-chairman with Clinton at an April summit in Philadelphia to encourage volunteers to help the needy.Another revelation: enthusiastic volunteers were not necessarily best-suited to be foster parents, either by temperament or circumstances.The four volunteers entered the test chamber on June 12 with a limited supply of air and water.It depends on unemployed volunteers who give much time and effort.