Army brat


Army brat
n. child in a regular Army family

English slang. 2015.

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  • army brat — n. a child born to a parent in the army. (Such a child will live in many different places.) □ I was an army brat and went to seven different schools before I got out of high school. □ We army brats tend to stick together …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • army brat — noun A child who lives with his or her parents on a military base, or an adult who did so as a child. O Ren Ishii was born on an American military base in Tokyo, Japan. The half Japanese, half Chinese American army brat made her first… …   Wiktionary

  • army brat — Informal. the child of an army officer or enlisted person, esp. one who has grown up on army bases or in military communities. * * * …   Universalium

  • army brat — noun the child of a career officer of the United States Army • Hypernyms: ↑child, ↑kid …   Useful english dictionary

  • army brat — child of a military professional (Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • brat — n. (colloq.) 1) a spoiled brat 2) an Army brat ( child in an Army family ) * * * [bræt] (colloq.) a spoiled brat an Army brat ( child in an Army family ) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • brat — [bræt] n informal [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Perhaps from brat rough or torn piece of clothing (10 20 centuries), from Old Irish bratt cloak ] 1.) a badly behaved child ▪ a spoiled brat 2.) Army/Navy/military etc brat …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • brat — noun Etymology: perhaps from English dialect brat coarse garment Date: circa 1505 1. a. child; specifically an ill mannered annoying child < a spoiled brat > b. an ill mannered …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Military brat (U.S. subculture) — A military brat (and various brat derivatives)[a] describes people who spend their childhood or adolescence while a parent (or parents) serve full time in the armed forces, and can also refer to the unique subculture and lifestyle of American… …   Wikipedia