Translation of military in Spanish:

military

militar, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪlɪt(ə)ri//ˈmɪləˌtɛri/

adjective

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    militar
    he has a military bearing tiene porte militar
    • he comes from a military family proviene de una familia de militares
    • with full military honors con todos los honores militares
    • to do military service hacer / prestar el servicio militar
    • This part of the country was also well represented in the other military services.
    • Like the looming military campaign, few expect the legal fight to be short or easy.
    • The difficulty here is that resource strength does not always lead to military victory.
    • Some may argue that voicing opposition to war in a military town is somehow disrespectful.
    • His military expertise and amiability helped to keep the crusading army together.
    • Could it be that a trade association run by bankers would adopt a military strategy of its own?
    • There was very little formal structure by way of military rank in Viking armies.
    • When land was held by feudal tenure, military service was due from a tenant to his lord.
    • As Guzman now says, a military crime is when a soldier deserts, or falls asleep on duty.
    • The military patrols have been increased lately, so we are trying to avoid those areas.
    • Since it was reopened last week, the site has resembled a military base during wartime.
    • Confident in their military prowess, they preferred to try the arbitrament of war.
    • His concern was simply to bring his military service to a conclusion as quickly as possible.
    • Men from the regiment gave military displays and demonstrated how to load muskets.
    • Your task is that of a military tactician, who must guide a group of characters into battle.
    • He suffered from poor eyesight so he was not fit for military service during the war.
    • Under the clan system they were pressed into feudal military service by their clan chiefs.
    • The issue of military service did not matter to the same extent in Great Britain.
    • In the current war, virtual warfare has become an explicit part of military strategy.
    • His success at a military level all but guaranteed the loyalty of his soldiers.

noun

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    the military los militares