Translation of front line in Spanish:

front line

primera línea, n.

noun

  • 1

    Military
    primera línea feminine
    (troops) (before noun) de primera línea
    • The logistics of getting kit first to the Gulf and then to front-line troops like Sgt Roberts was also badly flawed, he said.
    • The front-line dispatches are useful tools for future commanders going to war.
    • His father said he had insisted on serving in a front-line army unit.
    • Like front-line soldiers, these people needed to trust and rely upon one another.
    • We could be front-line conscripts and I'd still have an opportunity to die smiling.
    • An additional 25 officers will also be recruited for front-line duties.
    • This scheme is designed to try and get some of them to stay, particularly front-line officers.
    • The enemy's uncoordinated efforts proved that these were not front-line troops.
    • It's a war where supply troops face many of the same risks as front-line soldiers.
    • No longer were troops crammed into front-line trenches to provide easy targets for enemy artillery.
    • They also want to increase the time officers spend on front-line duty and patrols by Police Community Support Officers.
    • This sniper was standing waist high above the front line potting at some Germans 300 yard away.
    • Once that phase has been mastered the students are ready to join a front-line squadron.
    • The airframe has been in service all over the world in a number of the Navy's front-line squadrons.
    • The odds were like being in a front-line regiment in Vietnam or something.
    • The Tories say the money is being blown on an army of pen pushers rather than front-line staff.
    • This policy is aimed at giving front-line staff that kind of alert list.
    • The plan was not aimed at sending women out as front-line battle troops.
    • Vehicle-mounted and manpack amplifiers were deployed in many theatres by front-line troops.
  • 2

    (prominent position)
    primera línea feminine
    • Now the region is at the front line of an increasingly bitter debate about how we deal with all of this.
    • One reviewer dubbed her as altogether exceptional music of grace and texture scored for a front-line city.
    • Dental problems in Pembrokeshire were brought to the political front line last week in a special House of Commons debate.
    • If not, the role of the BBC was bound to be caught up in the front line of the nationalist/unionist debate.
    • Is something changing on the front line of social movements and workers' struggles in France?
    • It is the children's tax credit that is the front line of our attack on poverty.
    • Those organizations that have experimented with autonomous teams lacking front line leaders have failed in delivering sustainable results.
    • In calling the talk fest however the Minister of Sport is not positioning himself or his agenda on the front line.
    • The tired politics of the 1980s have little influence on the women in the front line of the movement today.
    • Its emissions of damaging greenhouse gases are negligible, yet it finds itself on the front line of change.
    • The experience that Luca is slowly gathering, will help him fight for the front line positions at the next races.
    • Wilson's comments have now thrust him into a front-line role.