Translation of redoubt in Spanish:


reducto, n.

Pronunciation /rəˈdaʊt//rɪˈdaʊt/


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    reducto masculine
    the last redoubt of the rebels el último reducto / baluarte de los rebeldes
    • Unlike the fortified cities of northern Ireland, Charles Towne's streets fail to connect the bastions and redoubts rimming the town.
    • The earthworks were reused as a gun redoubt during the Civil War.
    • A camp was built on top of the cliff and a redoubt followed.
    • The buccaneer fought the King's soldiers for many a year until a large force of redcoats stormed his redoubt.
    • A few men actually made it to the redoubt on top, only to be killed immediately.