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American English: /diˈmoʊbəˌlaɪz/
British English: /diːˈməʊbɪlʌɪz/

Translation of demobilize in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • Then, once agreement had been reached between the two countries, they would both demobilise their armies.
    • The army was demobilised and without having lost a battle, the nation had lost the war.
    • Politically, everyone wants to demobilize reserve soldiers as quickly as possible following a national emergency requiring their presence.

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