English version

warrior in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwarriorwar‧ri‧or /ˈwɒriə $ ˈwɔːriər, ˈwɑː-/ ●○○ noun [countable]  PMa soldier or fighter who is brave and experienced – used about people in the past a noble warrior
Examples from the Corpus
warriorThat bronze corset can make even the most peace-loving warrior a little cranky.Most important of all was Barbarossa's inherent intelligence; he was no mere warrior king or religious enthusiast.At the first onset of this new band of warriors the Trojans wavered; they thought Achilles led them on.Los Angeles drivers, the toughest, most practiced urban road warriors.As the warriors turned to fight, Joseph hurried the helpless ones towards the gorge into which Canyon Creek ran.The plane is still now, surrounded by the warriors.When Meleager awards her the slain boar as spoils, the warriors become furious.Such monomania has been useful to warriors since long before the silicon age.