Translation of insignia in Spanish:

insignia

insignia, n.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈsɪɡniə//ɪnˈsɪɡnɪə/

noun

  • 1

    insignia feminine
    • He noticed my military insignia and asked if I was going to Saudi Arabia for the Gulf War.
    • In a combat uniform the Navy rank insignia would not be noticeable except at extremely close range.
    • These liveries came to be distinguished by heraldic insignia and emblems.
    • His was the largest retinue in England and he promoted the use of badges and insignia, the most familiar being the Lancastrian collar of esses.
    • Appropriate use of the name and insignias can benefit all, while inappropriate use may reflect negatively on both the institution and its individual members.
    • Henry VIII dropped the wolfhound and replaced it with a lion, thus making the royal insignia less Welsh.
    • The US system of rank badges and insignia, introduced in the early 19th century, is highly distinctive, and instructive.
    • She motioned them to come inside, noting the rank insignia on their collars.
    • What is the significance of the ribbons, insignia and medals?
    • She adjusted the insignia that marked her rank before leaving the mirror.
    • A large number centered on war themes, such as army-cap badges, national flags, and military insignia.
    • The following links provide images of the rank insignias as they were worn by both the Union and Confederate armies.
    • Human Rights Watch found that the militias use Sudanese military weapons, insignia and chain of command.
    • Sea Scouting insignia was initially developed by Kimo Wilder, Chief Seascout from 1916-23.
    • Regimental top brass are insisting that if it happens, the Duke's must retain the insignia and badges as well as their name.
    • Ramirez stood up easily in his military uniform, no insignia giving his rank.
    • There are other Scouters whom have provided me with scans of square knot insignia as well as other items.
    • Masonic symbolism features prominently in many governments and military insignias.
    • I'm less clear about the distinctions of rank and insignia on the other side of the great divide between officers and enlisted men.
    • It is enough that he is clothed with the insignia of the office, and exercises its powers and functions…