noun/nombre (plural navies)
- 1 [Military/Militar] [Nautical/Náutica] marina (feminine) de guerra, armada (feminine) the US Navy la armada or marina de los EEUU the Royal Navy la armada or marina británicaMore example sentences
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- There were also brochures from the different sections of the military: the navy, army, marines, etc.
- This problem extends into all branches of the Canadian Armed Forces: the navy, the air force and army.
- Hundreds of the missiles are slated to be produced for the navy - the only branch of the military which has until now shown interest in purchasing the new weapons system.
- In the Second World War carriers replaced battleships as the capital ships of modern navies because aircraft could perform the functions of naval guns more effectively.
- It gives the audience a gritty, detailed, and carefully researched view of daily life and deadly combat aboard a ship of Nelson's navy.
- No ship in Victoria's navy was as well supplied with wine, pickles, and preserves as Challenger.
- 2 (colour) azul (masculine) marino
- (colour) azul marino (invariable adjective/adjetivo invariable) a navy ribbon una cinta azul marino
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