Translation of self-propelled in Spanish:


autopropulsado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈˌsɛlf prəˈpɛld//sɛlfprəˈpɛld/


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    • Motor vehicles began to replace the horse in the early 20th century and self-propelled artillery became common during WW II.
    • Included in the tank groups of close infantry support were regiments of self-propelled artillery that were to follow the attacking tanks and support them with the fire from their cannons.
    • The company makes the Crusader, a self-propelled howitzer that operates like a tank.
    • The so-called missile tractors, which are all-terrain self-propelled vehicles, will be used for emergency situations, such as forest fires.
    • Underneath, a typical caption would describe the importance of such cheap forms of mobile artillery, especially for a country short on mortars and self-propelled artillery.
    • They used for the first time at Kursk self-propelled artillery regiments that proved to be an effective means of support to tank and infantry attacks.
    • Most self-propelled systems have numerous moving parts that require lubrication.
    • They have proved adept at using self-propelled anti-aircraft guns such as the BOV-3 in the ground role.
    • He is hypnotised by the reality of his own creation, and his only cause for regret is that he will never be able to experience this self-propelled phenomenon from every available angle.
    • Separate tank and self-propelled artillery gun units were attached to combined-arms armies.
    • Looking like two fused Razor scooters, this sleek, self-propelled triwheeler goes up to 15 mph.
    • Once, when they had moved hives onto a self-propelled rail car, it slid down slippery rails, wet from rain, and turned over with six farmers riding on it.
    • Because of high-density altitudes and the severe climate in Afghanistan, no towed artillery or self-propelled artillery was shipped into theater.
    • Having been born since the country's rail network closed in 1975, the three had never seen or ridden on a moving train, other than a self-propelled wagon.
    • The solution was to lower harvesting costs and increase harvesting capacity with a mechanical, self-propelled pea harvester.
    • Tactical flexibility was also enhanced by mechanization and the self-propelled gun.
    • In conclusion, we have directly measured the onset of dynamic correlation in randomly moving self-propelled particles.
    • Strand jacks or self-propelled modular trailers do the lifting and moving.
    • The author explains in good detail the selection and operation of engines, power trains and their applications in agricultural tractors and other self-propelled machines.
    • Tank destroyer weapons could be either towed or self-propelled.