Translation of infantry in Spanish:

infantry

infantería, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɪnfəntri//ˈɪnf(ə)ntri/

noun

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    infantería feminine
    • This was different from its usual role of supporting a motorised infantry battalion.
    • He had spent 23 years in the Marine Corps infantry and felt it was his duty to help.
    • Jason Burke spent a week on patrol with the US infantry and reservists trying to win hearts and minds.
    • Tanks attacked first with infantry literally in tow as many tanks pulled along infantry soldiers on sledges.
    • Then there were the marine corps and army infantry who waded ashore or were landed by air on island after island.
    • This elite force consisted of nine regiments, six of cavalry and three of infantry.
    • Is this, therefore, a time to reduce any infantry battalions let alone four?
    • They were offered first one infantry battalion, the one based on Cyprus, and then another.
    • He was transferred to the Paratroop regiment and received infantry training just before war broke out.
    • Haig has been criticised by some for his belief in the simple advance of infantry troops on enemy lines.
    • The traditional infantry soldier is somebody you hang things on and then ask him to do the impossible.
    • The force now included around a battalion of infantry as well as a squadron of military engineers.
    • Under the plans the number of infantry battalions across the country will be cut from 40 to 36.
    • It makes great sense to re-role some normal infantry battalions into this role and I hope it happens.
    • The infantry battle was finely balanced, both sides fighting bravely hand-to-hand.
    • How can the disbandment of four infantry battalions do anything but worsen the situation?
    • When I was a kid, high walled fortifications were virtually impenetrable to infantry or cavalry.
    • This may explain why British troops did not join American infantry in the march to Baghdad.
    • Not according to a friend of mine who is a logistics specialist with an elite British infantry regiment.
    • There she found a unit of infantry soldiers who were also without a commanding officer.