Translation of war game in Spanish:

war game

n

  • 1.1 [Mil] simulacro (m) de combate
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    • Even now, Gardiner said after the war game, the military sees post-conflict operations as peripheral to its duties.
    • THE US spent £165 million on the biggest war game in military history earlier this month.
    • Members from all branches of the Army participated in a week-long war game to help dictate the future of the Signal Corps.
    1.2 [Games] juego (m) de guerra
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    • Battle of Britain is a war game for the personal computer from noted designer Gary Grigsby.
    • They are also organising a paintball war game for deaf and hearing members.
    • It was a war game based on the American Civil War.

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