Traducción de armistice en Español:

armistice

armisticio, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɑːmɪstɪs//ˈɑrməstəs/

nombre

  • 1

    armisticio masculino
    • The north responded to the news by threatening to abandon the 1953 armistice that ended the Korean War.
    • Both sides agreed to an armistice to bury the dead and collect the wounded.
    • What the Palestinians are demanding now as their rightful inheritance was there for the taking after the armistice agreement in 1948.
    • Pétain made the most of this emotion to restore order quickly and to secure peace through the armistice.
    • He claims that in most respects the terms of the armistice provided the foundations of those of the peace treaty.
    • North and South Korea remain in a state of armistice with no peace agreement signed at the end of the war.
    • Such a development would end the 1953 armistice agreement and accelerate the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the peninsula.
    • News of the armistice had reached the troops but the actual order to cease fire was still on the way to the front.
    • Unfortunately, the war, which resulted in an armistice and not a peace treaty, was not the end of the problem.
    • He was influential in promoting the armistice agreement for Angola and independence for East Timor from Indonesia.
    • Lenin immediately asked the German High Command for an armistice, and in December both sides met to discuss peace terms at Brest-Litovsk.
    • In March 1940, he led the delegation that negotiated with Molotov for an armistice and peace settlement.
    • November 1918 was an armistice, but the war didn't end officially until the peace treaty in June 1919.
    • An armistice was signed at Compiègne in November 1918; fighting at once stopped.
    • Hard-liners on both sides have been stepping up calls to abandon the armistice.
    • Exactly 85 years ago the armistice was signed ending at the end of the Great War, the bloodiest conflict in history.
    • In September 1943, when the Italians signed an armistice, he escaped and reached safety in Switzerland.
    • French armies stormed to victory in Spain and Savoy, and by the end of 1794, tired of continual war, the Austrians signed an armistice.
    • The battle for civilisation is not going to end with an armistice or some form of negotiated settlement.
    • The fighting lasted until July 27 1953 when an armistice was signed.