Translation of world war in Spanish:

world war

guerra mundial, n.

noun

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    guerra mundial feminine
    World war One/Two la primera/segunda Guerra Mundial
    • During the second world war he served with the US military and flew with a bomber crew to study stress.
    • He was killed in the second world war near Dunkirk when his battalion was overrun.
    • It was not until after the second world war that relative prosperity began to return.
    • Like the First World War, each world war destroyed what went before, the values, the way of life.
    • As is well known, Turing spent the second world war breaking German military codes.
    • These grew out of the clinic's contribution to military officer selection in the second world war.
    • It took the second world war to establish that having blood banks was a good idea.
    • She was all set to become an actress when the second world war intervened.
    • The second world war was a far more menacing conflict with far more dangerous foes.
    • He spent the rest of the second world war as a medical officer in the prisoner of war camps on the notorious Burma railway.
    • The real miracle though, is that the cathedral survived the allied bombing of the second world war.
    • He served in the army during the second world war and was wounded at Dunkirk.
    • The ensuing national outrage persuaded a reluctant US public to join the second world war.
    • During the second world war Gordon served in the Royal Army Medical Corps, mainly in Italy.
    • He joined the Royal Navy when he left school, and during the second world war he served on minesweepers.
    • During the second world war he served in the navy as a ship's psychiatrist.
    • During the second world war he served in the Royal Army Medical Corps and was mentioned in despatches.
    • The Green Beret has been the distinctive hallmark of Commando troops since the second world war.
    • The second world war interrupted his studies and he was called up into the Royal Air Force as a navigator.
    • Well if that's the case, why are we in the middle of a power battle not seen since the second world war.