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Admiralty

Pronunciation: /ˈædmərəlti/

Translation of Admiralty in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • (in UK) the Admiralty (Board) el Almirantazgo, el ministerio de marina del Reino Unido
    Example sentences
    • In 1970 the Admiralty abolished the rum ration within the Royal Navy, apparently on health grounds.
    • During 13 months of research, he delved into records at the Ministry of Defence and the Admiralty.
    • Communications between detached fleets and the Admiralty often took weeks, if not months.

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