draftee, conscript, inductee(verb)
someone who is drafted into military service
enroll into service compulsorily
"The men were conscripted"
One who is compulsorily enrolled, often into a military service; a draftee.
The soldier was a conscript.
To enrol(l) compulsorily; to draft; to induct.
Origin: From conscriptus, perfect passive participle of conscribo.
enrolled; written; registered
one taken by lot, or compulsorily enrolled, to serve as a soldier or sailor
to enroll, by compulsion, for military service
Origin: [L. conscriptus, p. p. of conscribere to write together, to enroll; con- + scribere to write. See Scribe.]
The numerical value of conscript in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of conscript in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The truth has come late, and I hope that justice comes, too. I congratulate this former conscript for his bravery, and for finding the courage to tell the truth.
This opens a new chapter in human rights in Chile, the truth has come late, and I hope that justice comes, too. I congratulate this former conscript for his bravery, and for finding the courage to tell the truth.
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From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- einberufen, Wehrpflichtiger, verpflichtetGerman
- conscripto, alistar, recluta, reclutar, alistado, colimba, enrolar, reclutado, enroladoSpanish
- ajateenija, kutsealuneEstonian
- سرباز وظیفهPersian
- conscrit, appeléFrench
- gairmScottish Gaelic
- coscritto, arruolare, soldato di levaItalian
- 徴集兵, 徴兵するJapanese
- dienstplichtig, dienstplichtigeDutch
- poborowy, rekrutPolish
- призывник, мобилизовать, рекрут, мобилизованныйRussian
- mobiliziran, regrut, regrutiran, novak, mobilizirati, unovačenSerbo-Croatian
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