Translation of destroyer in Spanish:

destroyer

destructor, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈstrɔɪər//dɪˈstrɔɪə/

noun

  • 1

    destructor masculine
    • The number of destroyers, frigates and submarines each in the Pakistan navy are approximately half that of India.
    • At sea are five giant aircraft carriers, four of which have their own battle fleets of destroyers, cruisers and submarines, totalling 25 ships.
    • Shipyards in England and Scotland must start cutting steel for the first of a dozen new Royal Navy destroyers in just two years time.
    • Stated future requirements for the yards include up to nine Type 45 destroyers, two future aircraft carriers and a primary casualty receiving ship.
    • These were to include a close escort of six destroyers, four corvettes, three minesweepers, four armed trawlers and two ack-ack ships.
    • Royal Navy destroyer HMS Exeter has carried out trailblazing exercises with the Chinese Navy in the Yellow Sea.
    • The Lynx is one of the mainstays of maritime aviation for the Royal Navy, and the aircraft has for many years provided the ship's flight for deployed frigates and destroyers.
    • This includes an aircraft carrier, four frigates, two destroyers, other ships and group troops.
    • These ships were to be supported by six torpedo-boat destroyers, two submarines and support ships.
    • It's kind of hard not to think of the bigger picture when a destroyer and an aircraft carrier are docked in the bay a few miles away.
    • Veteran Royal Navy destroyer HMS Newcastle is enjoying a high-profile sunset to her distinguished Naval career.
    • At sea, he served in a battleship, an aircraft carrier, in cruisers, destroyers, frigates, and a minesweeper.
    • The fleet includes a submarine, a destroyer and an aircraft carrier.
    • Royal Navy destroyer HMS Nottingham has been holed by rocks off Australia.
    • At one time he had an entire fort, complete with submarines and destroyers.
    • Intensive fire from flak guns was directed against the midget submarine, before destroyers pounded the spot with depth charges.
    • Between six and ten ships - usually destroyers, frigates and tankers - are attached to the Force for up to eight months.
    • The Orze was one of two submarines, three destroyers, a training vessel and a supply ship which the Polish naval command had at its disposal in November 1939.
    • Submarines, aircraft carriers, destroyers, these people have to be trained.
    • The Japanese navy has been trailing the submarine with two destroyers and a surveillance airplane, a defense agency spokesman said.