Definición de reconnaissance en inglés:


Silabificación: re·con·nais·sance
Pronunciación: /riˈkänəsəns, -zəns


  • 1Military observation of a region to locate an enemy or ascertain strategic features: an excellent aircraft for low-level reconnaissance after a reconnaissance our forces took the island [as modifier]: reconnaissance missions
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    • Ark Royal launched many reconnaissances for gun positions and mines from March 13-17.
    • For the most part it was considered that air forces would be used primarily for scouting and reconnaissance missions, both overland and at sea.
    • It will predominantly feature surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft.
    preliminary survey, survey, exploration, observation, investigation, examination, inspection; patrol, search; reconnoitering
    informal recon
  • 1.1Preliminary surveying or research: conducting client reconnaissance
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    • When we arrived, Mason was still asleep, so I left the rest of the team in the car to conduct a bit of reconnaissance.
    • I did carry out a detailed reconnaissance but must have missed the signs suggesting this was a private road.
    • Thus, they may be carrying out reconnaissance of areas for future breeding or staging sites.


early 19th century: from French, from reconnaître 'recognize' (see reconnoiter).

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