• (noun, adjective)
    • (RP): enPR: kŏn'skrĭpt, IPA: /ˈkɒnskɹɪpt/
    • (US) enPR: kän'skrĭpt, IPA: /ˈkɑnskɹɪpt/
  • (verb) enPR: kən'skrĭpt, IPA: /kənˈskɹɪpt/

conscript (plural conscripts)

  1. One who is compulsorily enrolled, often into a military service; a draftee.
    The soldier was a conscript.
Translations Adjective

conscript (not comparable)

  1. Drafted into a military service or similar.
  2. Enrolled; written; registered.
Translations Verb

conscript (conscripts, present participle conscripting; past and past participle conscripted)

  1. (transitive) To enrol(l) compulsorily; to draft; to induct.
    Synonyms: draft, induct
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