In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(warfare/forces/base) naval(history/supremacy) naval(supremacy/history) marítimo(officer/recruit) de marinanaval attaché — agregado naval masculino
- naval dockyard — astillero naval
- naval officer — oficial de marina
- naval power — potencia marítima / naval
- It lies on an American naval base and the only viewing point is 100 metres away.
- As a junior naval officer it seems you work very hard for comparatively little salary.
- One former naval officer said the case represented a sea-change in navy management style.
- The harbour at Suda Bay was the largest in the Mediterranean Sea and an ideal base for naval operations.
- We didn't venture as far as the naval base, but found a beautiful spot to camp right by the edge of the Baltic Sea.
- A new expanded yard at Portsmouth will be the most modern naval shipbuilding facility in the world.
- Only its vital strategic importance as a naval base cushioned it from further reprisals.
- It was this maritime vulnerability that made naval politics the most important of all politics.
- The Royal Navy has once again reiterated that there were no naval vessels or submarines in the area at the time.
- The ships are tied up in Portsmouth naval base, with the numbers on board reduced to single figures.
- In a party scene, she toasts a young woman, newly betrothed to a naval officer.
- She and her husband have moved south to the Black Sea - away from the naval base that was their home.
- It was handed down through the generations of the family of one of Cook's fellow naval officers.
- The fleet was to surrender, but it was scuttled before it reached the naval base at Scapa Flow.
- He is also an avid historian and often conducts tours of the historical naval base.
- It was believed to be the largest gathering of naval vessels in Liverpool for decades.
- The island became very influenced by America and was a base to America's huge Pacific naval fleet.
- Owned by Mexico, the islands are uninhabited except for a naval base on Socorro.
- I would like to study about the naval history between the Japanese and the Royal Navy.
- It took eight hours to load three miles of pipe, using four officers and 40 naval ratings.
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