Traducción de land mine en Español:

land mine

mina (de tierra), n.


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    mina (de tierra) femenino
    • It stirs up so many emotions which are still buried just beneath the surface, rather like the landmine that took my foot.
    • At the grave risk of committing sacrilege, let's tread some dangerous ground infested with landmines.
    • Compared with landmines, unexploded ordnance is not only more visible, but also easier and cheaper to remove.
    • Most are the result of roadside bombs, landmines and rocket attacks on military camps.
    • Officials say one of the Marines apparently stepped on a huge landmine made of old artillery shells.
    • Any additional sponsorship we get will go to Mine Action Group who clear landmines around the world.
    • The Vulcan works by firing a projectile at high speed into a landmine, ripping it apart without detonating the explosives.
    • None of you were massively keen on the idea of remotely triggered landmines.
    • They hit a landmine, and after the explosion, insurgents came at them with small arms fire.
    • They have been desperate to avoid setting off an array of landmines with hair triggers.
    • The same application could be useful for disposing of unexploded bombs and landmines.
    • I couldn't quite hear him because I stepped on a landmine and the explosion has made me deaf.
    • The area is still littered with landmines and unexploded ordnance.
    • According to Oxfam there are some 50 to 100 victims of landmines and unexploded ordnance every week.
    • She has just stepped on a landmine and she is clinging to life.
    • It can be placed either on the ground next to the munitions or directed at the landmine mounted on a simple wire frame.
    • The archeological team had to be very careful in unearthing the ruins in case a landmine was buried under the surface.
    • We had all done a lot of training with explosives and landmines and things.
    • A team of experts will travel in May to clear landmines in Cambodia, one of the worst landmine contaminated areas in the world.
    • Those that do not explode lie on the ground like landmines, waiting for people to step on them.