[ wˈɔː mˈɛdə͡lz], [ wˈɔː mˈɛdəlz], [ w_ˈɔː m_ˈɛ_d_əl_z]
How to use "War medals" in context?
War medals are medals awarded to members of the armed forces for actions taken in war. They are commonly awarded for bravery, service, or distinction.
War medals are often collected by servicemen and women as keepsakes, as a reminder of their military service, and as a source of pride. They can also be valuable collector's items.
War medals are often made of silver or bronze, and are shaped like a disk or oval. They are nearly always mounted on a ribbon and may also bear the name of the recipient, the name of the war, or the date of the award.
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