Translation of corps in Spanish:

corps

cuerpo, n.

Pronunciation /kɔː//kɔr/

noun

  • 1

    Military
    (formation, service branch)
    cuerpo masculine
    • Two to five divisions constitute a corps, which is typically commanded by a lieutenant general.
    • Military academies produce leaders in all branches of the officer corps.
    • I will remind you of the magnificent noncommissioned officers that lead our Army from corps to division, and all the way down to crew level.
    • The Army's traditional brigade, divisional, corps, and ASCC structure also is being reviewed.
    • By decree from on high, corps and division commanders could not employ more than two platoons in offensive action.
    • Tonight, it is a job for the U.S. Marine Corps.
    • The same challenges on a larger scale permeate division and corps level Battle Command Training Program exercises.
    • His rise in command was rapid, from brigade to division to corps.
    • Grouped into corps, the panzer divisions proved tactically and operationally decisive.
    • The thorough integration of intelligence will certainly extend to the transformation of our divisions and corps.
    • But what about all the warnings from the army corps of engineers?
    • The crown prince of Saxony was given the new Meuse Army, comprising three of First Army's corps and two cavalry divisions.
    • Once these units were sworn into federal service, they would be organized into brigades, divisions, and army corps along with regular army units.
    • As a result, the Army kept him from going overseas and assigned him a job in the motor corps at his base.
    • Large units like divisions or corps are expensive and archaic.
    • Two or more divisions form a corps, which is commanded by a lieutenant general and has from 20,000 to 45,000 soldiers.
    • The country was accordingly divided into defense zones, each assigned to an army corps.
    • The WAC then became a separate corps of the Regular Army.
    • Rifle and cavalry corps were assigned for operations on the outer perimeter of envelopment.
    • Also the army corps of engineers is giving out blue tarps for people who did suffer damage.
    • Probably no other topic has evoked as much passion in discussions among military logisticians as the establishment of a single logistics branch or corps.
    • The Irish Defence Forces have army, naval service and air corps branches.
    • He was conscripted in 1939 but, because he was blind in his right eye, he was assigned to the medical corps.
    • For easier control of its artillery it was therefore normal to find divisions, corps, and even armies made up entirely of artillery.
    • Instead of deploying corps, our heavy divisions sufficed.
    • The troop commander should have a focus that is essentially provided by the corps or division commander.
    • On the down side, the British army was not a unified army in the sense of divisions and corps sized units.
    • Since the beginning of February, entire divisions, corps and battalions from various military bases in Germany have been transferred to the Gulf.
    • However, brigades, divisions, corps, and armies formed only as needed in wartime and were promptly disbanded during peacetime.
    • Will you be assigned to the radar corps or the mess tent?
    • The earlier created air-defense areas were disbanded and air defense districts, armies, corps, and divisions restored.
    • Nez, now 78, volunteered to join the marine corps when he was in high school.
    • Additionally, division, corps, and Army headquarters, along with their missions, will be realigned.
    • By 1900, all modern armies had established balloon corps to provide timely and accurate battlefield intelligence.
  • 2

    (body, group)
    cuerpo masculine
    • Out of this band has emerged a highly visible corps of hands-free devotees.
    • First, rather than integrating media affairs in its planning, the command simply handed off the press to a specialized corps of public affairs officers.
    • Graham was concerned with theatrical balance between corps and soloists, performers and the space around them.
    • When the team's current defensive corps fades or burns out, reliable new blood will be needed.
    • So now the question is: Will anyone in the Washington press corps pick up on this development?
    • Mr Peare was one of the first corps of business studies graduates to emerge from Trinity College in 1965.
    • While in the corps of The Royal Ballet, he was injured, and he spent time watching television while healing.
    • Monica Mason encourages every member of the corps in a ballet like Romeo and Juliet to invent their own character and story.
    • Others in the press corps didn't think there was anything untoward about giving political advice to Goldwater opponent Lyndon Johnson.
    • We don't recognize him, so Rachel asks Andy, a photographer and fellow press corps member, who he is.
    • The Afghan press corps stampede Blair as he emerges from the plane.
    • I think, by and large, this press corps likes George Bush as a person.
    • Having completely denied the White House press corps access, the administration isn't exactly in a position to threaten to withhold access.
    • As it happens, Jones was assigned to the corps of beam fitters - workers, Thomson assumes, who invariably labor alone.
    • I suppose they're quite a hardened bunch, the international press corps?
    • In the dance studio, I watch Hayley Farr, a member of San Francisco Ballet's corps.
    • By the time I arrived, several press corps members had been escorted off the reservation.
    • Whilst there has been no official comment on the new measures, sources close to the government have confirmed that a special corps of Dome protection personnel is planned.
    • The Secret Service evacuated the White House, the press corps, the remaining staff there.
    • Well, right after the plane was reported, most of the White House staff and press corps were told to leave the White House grounds.
    • We depend on a well-educated professional corps of enlisted people.
    • In front of the cynical audience that is Scotland's political press corps, he impressed several with his performance.
    • A small corps of people at corporate headquarters is nominated to keep critical services like IT working - if possible.
    • Perhaps no one works more intimately with the corps than the ballet masters.
    • I write to you from a special corps of the Central Intelligence Agency, CIA, with an offer for you to work for us.