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boot camp

Translation of boot camp in Spanish:

noun

  • (American English)
    (campamento de entrenamiento de reclutas de Marina)
    Example sentences
    • He just enlisted this past year, finished his boot camp and his training at Parris Island in South Carolina.
    • He even spent a couple of weeks at a military boot camp to prepare, braving extremes of weather from blistering heat to thunderstorms and a tornado.
    • Once the platoon graduated from formal boot camp, a squad was assigned to each troop.

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