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armored also: (British English) armoured
American English: /ˈɑrmərd/
British English: /ˈɑːməd/

Translation of armored in Spanish:

adjective

  • (vehicle)
    (regiment/division)
    armored glass
    vidrio (masculine) or (Spain) cristal (masculine) reforzado
    Example sentences
    • The armoured vehicle is protected against 14.5 mm heavy machine gun rounds and artillery splinters.
    • Witnesses said US troops riding in jeeps and armoured vehicles opened fire after children in the crowd started pelting them with shoes and stones.
    • The division's long columns of trucks and Humvee armoured vehicles avoided Iraqi army and paramilitary units as they pushed north on Thursday and Friday.

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