corporal
[ˈkɔːp(ə)r(ə)l]
NOUN
corporals (plural noun)
  1. a rank of non-commissioned officer in the army, above lance corporal or private first class and below sergeant.
  2. BRITISH
    historical
    a petty officer who attended solely to police matters, under the master-at-arms.
  3. NORTH AMERICAN
    another term for fallfish.
Origin
mid 16th century: from French, obsolete variant of caporal, from Italian caporale, probably based on Latin corpus, corpor- ‘body (of troops)’, with a change of spelling in Italian due to association with capo ‘head’.
corporal
[ˈkɔːp(ə)r(ə)l]
ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to the human body.
    antonyms:
Origin
late Middle English: via Old French from Latin corporalis, from corpus, corpor- ‘body’.
corporal
[ˈkɔːp(ə)r(ə)l]
NOUN
corporals (plural noun)
  1. a cloth on which the chalice and paten are placed during the celebration of the Eucharist.
Origin
Middle English: from medieval Latin corporale (pallium) ‘body (cloth)’, from Latin corpus, corpor- ‘body’.
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a corporal had been machine-gunned in an ambush.
he earned the rank of Substantive corporal.
‘Move!’ bawled the drill corporal.
How to say corporal in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans korporaal
Arabic (ADJECTIVE)العقاب البدني, العريف, عريف, البدنية, الجسدية, بدنية, جسدية, بدني
(NOUN)أيها العريف
Bangla শারীরিক
Bosnian (Latin) Razvodnik
Bulgarian (NOUN)ефрейтор
(ADJECTIVE)телесни
Cantonese (Traditional) 下士
Catalan caporal
Chinese Simplified 下士
Chinese Traditional 下士
Croatian (ADJECTIVE)kaplare, desetniče, vodnik, razvodnik, skupniče, tjelesno
Czech (ADJECTIVE)desátník, tělesné
Danish (ADJECTIVE)korporal
Dutch (ADJECTIVE)korporaal, lichamelijke
Estonian kapral
Finnish (NOUN)Alikersantti, korpraali
French (ADJECTIVE)caporal, corporel, brigadier
German (ADJECTIVE)Unteroffizier, Gefreiter, körperliche
(NOUN)Obergefreiter
Greek (NOUN)δεκανέα
(ADJECTIVE)δεκανέας, σωματική
Haitian Creole kaporal
Hebrew רב-טוראי
Hindi (ADJECTIVE)शारीरिक
Hungarian (NOUN)tizedes
(ADJECTIVE)testi
Icelandic undirliðþjálfi
Indonesian (NOUN)kopral
Italian (ADJECTIVE)caporale, corporale, punizioni
Japanese (ADJECTIVE)伍長, 肉体, 体罰
(NOUN)肉体的
Kiswahili (ADJECTIVE)viboko
Klingon Du'
Korean (NOUN)상병
(ADJECTIVE)
Latvian Kaprālis
Lithuanian Kapralas
Malay (Latin) (ADJECTIVE)Koperal
Norwegian Bokmål korporal
Persian سرجوخه
Polish (ADJECTIVE)kapral, cielesne
Portuguese (ADJECTIVE)cabo, corporais
Romanian (ADJECTIVE)caporalul, corporale
(NOUN)caporalului
Russian (ADJECTIVE)телесные, капрал, старшина
(NOUN)капрала
Samoan loa
Serbian (Cyrillic) Каплар
Serbian (Latin) Kaplar
Slovak (ADJECTIVE)desiatnik, telesné
Slovenian (ADJECTIVE)telesnim
Spanish (ADJECTIVE)cabo, corporales
Swedish (NOUN)korpral
(ADJECTIVE)kroppslig
Tamil கோப்ரல்
Telugu శారీరిక
Thai ลงโทษ
Tongan kopila
Turkish (ADJECTIVE)onbaşı, bedensel
Ukrainian (ADJECTIVE)тілесні
Urdu کارپورل
Welsh (ADJECTIVE)cosb, gorfforol
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