Traducción de battleship en Español:


acorazado, n.

Pronunciación /ˈbædlˌʃɪp//ˈbat(ə)lʃɪp/


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    acorazado masculino
    • He saw future naval confrontations whereby the battleships and cruisers of a fleet would protect the carriers.
    • Two battleships packed with Marines lurk offshore.
    • Wind has disrupted the advance of great warships like battleships and aircraft carriers.
    • Admiral Yoshikawa pointed out that the first Kashima in the Japanese navy was a battleship built by Armstrong on the Tyne in 1906.
    • If the Americans lost a capital ship (a battleship or aircraft carrier) it was simply a loss.
    • Thus, the U.S. Navy had carried battleships on its rosters for little more than a century.
    • Divers are expected to return to the wreck site later this year to check on the oil which still leaks from the battleship.
    • This is a legacy of the Second World War, in which the aircraft carrier replaced the battleship as the capital ship of fleets.
    • Unlike aboard a frigate, the men aboard the Navy's battleships and cruisers felt nothing during transit.
    • The irony is that British submarines did not really have the potential to sink battleships as their armour was simply too great.
    • A few minutes earlier, USS battleship Nevada and other ships opened fire on Utah.
    • The limits were not on ‘naval forces’, as Chomsky states, but on battleships and aircraft carriers.
    • Only current Italian battleships, also designed for near seas, had such limited autonomy.
    • The Navy had arrived with impressive looking warships and battleships, armed to the teeth with many a cannon and gun.
    • The grim battle in the twilight of the Arctic Circle was the last time men of the Royal Navy faced the enemy in a battleship.
    • These include the battlecruisers HMS Hood, HMS Repulse and the battleship HMS Prince of Wales.
    • Both vessels were built in England, albeit 136 years apart, and both were designated first class battleships.
    • Each battle group was protected by battleships and cruisers.
    • The battleships and destroyers following HMS Fearless arrived on the scene at a speed of 21 knots.
    • Admiral Kondo's main force of two battleships and six heavy cruisers followed soon after.