Translation of fort in Spanish:

fort

fuerte, n.

Pronunciation: /fɔrt//fɔːt/

noun

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    fuerte masculine
    (small) fortín masculine
    to hold the fort
    • will you hold the fort while I go to the bank? ¿te puedes hacer cargo / quedar de guardia mientras voy al banco?
    • The port was guarded by strong tower forts at the entrance to the harbour.
    • Captured forts and colonies were useful bargaining items at the peace talks.
    • The larger auxiliary forts were also provided with smaller hospitals, of which several in Great Britain have been excavated.
    • In the 1960s, many of the old coastal forts were turned over to the National Park Service.
    • Meanwhile, those few who had managed to scramble ashore were sheltering below a ruined Turkish fort.
    • This period saw the establishment of a number of strongly defended forts on strategically placed high points all over the region.
    • At the east end is a small promontory fort, probably Iron Age.
    • Soon he arrived at what appeared to be a very primitive border fort.
    • The Roman army had hospitals in its frontier forts and along major routes.
    • What's he going to do after he builds the snow fort?
    • Was this a prehistoric promontory fort, as traces might indicate?
    • I could construct the very best forts around.
    • Archaeologists have identified one of Britain's largest prehistoric hill forts in the North Yorkshire Moors.
    • Some are like ancient forts, some like old men bowing.
    • Attempts to associate the visit with restructuring and improving the coastal forts of Britain have not survived archaeological scrutiny.
    • The mound is surmounted by an old Turkish fort.
    • The ship fired a dozen shots at the ancient Spanish fort guarding the capital.
    • Tomas pointed out the promontory forts that are dotted around the area.
    • After nearly half an hour, a large stone fort began to form in the horizon.
    • There are around 50 hill forts in total in the county.