Translation of submarine in Spanish:

submarine

submarino, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsəbməˌrin//sʌbməˈriːn//ˈsʌbməriːn//ˌsəbməˈrin/

noun

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    (vessel)
    submarino masculine
    • The Chinese navy now buying sophisticated Russian warships and submarines.
    • All Trident Ploughshares protesters, who have broken into Faslane to attack Trident submarines, have been armed with hammers designed to destroy the subs' sensitive computer equipment.
    • Ongoing development eventually transforms the ocean into one where great cities thrive and their inhabitants travel through submarines and similar submersible vehicles.
    • A British ballistic missile submarine has fired torpedoes at an American destroyer - all for the sake of research.
    • The number in the Pacific has since been halved with four of the Trident-missile-fitted submarines converted into conventionally armed cruise missile submarines.
    • Knowing the location of all ships, planes and submarines (friendly, neutral or otherwise) is the ideal vision sought by FORCEnet.
    • Things like microwaves and hairdryers can be powered through inverters if you have the battery capacity of a submarine.
    • Are our submarines, submersibles and aqualungs not merely imitations of devices and mechanisms that Nature ‘invented’ a long, long time ago?
    • As a hunter-killer, she was designed to detect enemy submarines and destroy them using torpedoes.
    • Beyond this is the outermost sea space, where the navy would operate shore-based naval aircraft and submarines with ship-to-ship missiles.
    • It could mean the warships and submarines of the future would be more effective, would be better places for their crews to live and work on, and would be built and operated at a lower cost to the taxpayer.
    • There were a record number of entries from yellow submarines, tall ships, small ships, rafts, sea serpents, to shipwrecks and fishing boats and lots more besides.
    • And then they may not need us to send a submersible submarine down there.
    • RAF fighters and Royal Navy submarines firing cruise missiles were also involved alongside US warships and warplanes.
    • To avert this situation, and ultimately to consolidate strategic stability, it is expedient to limit search activity against missile armed submarines.
    • It is common now for Orthodox priests to baptize and sanctify warships, submarines, missiles, and tanks.
    • Since the 1960s, the submarine armed with nuclear missiles has become the single most potent embodiment of sea power.
    • The submarine is equipped with a Kollmorgen search-and-attack periscope.
    • As well as British ships in the area for support, sources say two British submarines armed with cruise missiles have also been made available for any attack.
    • Tall ships, small ships, pirate ships, submarines, rafts, and Viking longboats might all put in an appearance.
    • On the walls of primary schools are large diagrams of submarines and warships built in St Petersburg, showing the torpedo compartments with illustrations of how torpedoes are fired.
    • So its presence in areas of responsibility of missile armed submarines is subject to strict regulation.
    • The research is designed to determine the number of pygmy blue whales that visit the area, which is also popular with warships and submarines.
    • Parrots in the wardroom, Great Danes leading errant sailors home, prone penguins, reindeer wandering around submarines.
    • When battleships showed their prowess, submarines and torpedo boats were devised.
    • These ships were to be supported by six torpedo-boat destroyers, two submarines and support ships.
    • A boatyard owner renting deep-sea submarines in Vancouver is also murdered, as is a man purchasing illicit rocket guide wires in London.
    • The PRC is working on more advanced designs for both submarines and submarine-fired missiles.
    • Inside the museum, all manner of detailed models, from submarines, steamboats and trawlers to battleships, tugs and cobles, competed for best model in the various classes.
    • Even the most hawkish leaders baulked at countenancing a right of pre-emptive action when the world's principal disputants both had nuclear missile submarines designed to evade a surprise attack.
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    (sandwich)
    sándwich hecho con una barra entera de pan

adjective

  • 1

    submarino