Translation of leatherneck in Spanish:

leatherneck

marine, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɛðərˌnɛk//ˈlɛðənɛk/

noun

US
slang

  • 1

    (soldado de la infantería de marina estadounidense) marine masculine
    • Practical application filled the last two days, as the leathernecks fired computerized scenarios and practiced on the tracking and firing systems at an outdoor trainer.
    • As a father of a leatherneck, I wish to extend my deepest respects to the families of the leathernecks hurt and killed.
    • An unparalleled warrior and an enlisted leatherneck at heart, he remains the most famous and most revered Marine.
    • Iwo Jima was the bloodiest battle in Marine Corps history, and three leathernecks of the 4th and 5th Divisions used sidearms on the sulphurous island during February and March 1945.
    • However, the leathernecks are technically a part of the Navy, which has SEALs as their representatives in the Special Operations Command.
    • However, while there is no denying that he has high regard for leathernecks, he does provide ample examples of Navy and Army actions.