Definición de military en inglés:

military

Saltos de línea: mili|tary
Pronunciación: /ˈmɪlɪt(ə)ri
 
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adjetivo

Relating to or characteristic of soldiers or armed forces: the build-up of military activity he organized his shows with military precision
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • When land was held by feudal tenure, military service was due from a tenant to his lord.
  • There was very little formal structure by way of military rank in Viking armies.
  • Confident in their military prowess, they preferred to try the arbitrament of war.
Sinónimos

sustantivo (plural militaries)

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The armed forces of a country: as a young man he joined the military and pursued a career in the Army most militaries remain subordinate to civilian authorities
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  • Although the coup was unsuccessful, it led to the assumption of power by the military.
  • The regime itself used the military to achieve power and has long been aware of the danger it poses.
  • My husband left home in February after eight years of inactive service to the military.
Sinónimos

Origen

late Middle English: from French militaire or Latin militaris, from miles, milit- 'soldier'.

Derivativos

militarily

adverbio
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  • A dispute which escalates to war is coded as a success for that side which wins the war militarily.
  • Achieving both can fortify a region militarily and put its economy on par with the world's best.
  • Britain, France, Sweden, and the USA were the first to adopt the percussion system militarily.

militariness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It would not just be militariness but militarization.
  • They announce their militariness by their uniform and position.
  • I love the strange militariness of that.

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