Translation of troopship in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈtrupˌʃɪp//ˈtruːpʃɪp/


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    barco para el transporte de tropas
    • His frigate served initially as a troopship in the 1801 operations, before assuming the role of a hospital ship.
    • Ship casualties would have been higher if bombs had burst on impact, and British prospects would have been poor if troopships rather than warships had been lost.
    • Our troopship came into a former Japanese naval port and after a few hours we were put on a train.
    • Had one of our aircraft-carriers or troopships been sunk before the troops got ashore, British forces would have been in deep trouble.
    • Generally, troopships moved units to the theaters.