Translation of marine in Spanish:

marine

infante de marina, n.

Pronunciation: /məˈrin//məˈriːn/

noun

  • 1also Marine

    Military
    infante de marina masculine
    the Marines (in US) los marines
    • you can tell that to the marines! ¡a otro perro con ese hueso!
    • It was one of the first objectives of American and British marines when they moved into Southern Iraq.
    • American marines landed in Beirut to ensure the survival of the Lebanon.
    • Men who are recently out of the army or marines are favored to play hostile gunmen.
    • The marines were the first combat troops ashore in Vietnam, the first to die in that confusing war.
    • Could they have been reacting like that to news of a strategic redeployment of US marines?
    • The army could see this coming with what the marines have been doing for the last few decades.
    • The army and the marines have witnessed a similar rise in the number of applicants.
    • I went to live with my aunt's dad, who was a drill sergeant in the marines, and he tried to turn me into a soldier.
    • Members of the marines have not always been appreciated by the sailors who served alongside them.
    • Iraqi forces ambushed marines when they crossed the Euphrates river near Nassiriya.
    • American marines defeated Iraqi forces in a battle on the outskirts of Basra.
    • Seven other marines from 3 Commando Brigade and four American soldiers also died.
    • Yet protesters at Shannon witnessed hundreds of marines in Desert camouflage gear.
    • With a range of five kilometres, marines can set them up behind advancing troops, clearing the way ahead.
    • Within a week, the marines will have arrived at the bustling military hub.
    • At certain junctures, you're given marines under your command to carry out your mission.
    • He was alone but managed to look more dangerous than a troop of marines ready to kill.
    • By contrast, the marines spent three months patrolling Afghanistan without locating the enemy.
    • The marines had been hastily deployed to evacuate British nationals from the anarchy.
    • The marines ' assault echelon had three hours to offload before tidefall threatened to beach their ships.
  • 2

    (fleet)
    the merchant / mercantile marine la marina mercante

adjective

  • 1

    (organisms/biology/life) marino
    (engineering) naval
    marino
    del mar
  • 2

    (insurance/accident) marítimo