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A-team
American English: /eɪ tim/

Translation of A-team in Spanish:

noun

  • cuerpo (masculine) de elite
    Example sentences
    • This was the largest number of A-teams in the field for one operation, surpassing the total number of ODAs engaged at any one time during the Vietnam War-about 85.
    • In one incident, a U.S. Special Forces A-team, accompanied by a Canadian reconnaissance squadron, encountered a group of Somalis who had been wounded in an earlier clash.
    • You'll meet an A-team, a very special group of special forces soldiers here doing a very difficult mission.

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