Translation of field day in Spanish:

field day

noun/nombre

  • [Military/Militar] día (masculine) de maniobras to have a field day pickpockets had a field day los carteristas hicieron su agosto the press have had a field day with the scandal el escándalo ha sido un verdadero festín para la prensa
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    • In the Navy, "field day" refers to a thorough cleaning of the ship's spaces.
    • Saturday was the field day, when all the companies met, and were trained together.
    • We have had field day attendees representing almost every branch of the Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps.

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Guernica is a Basque town destroyed by German bombers fighting on the Nationalist side in the Spanish Civil War in April 1937. Guerra Civil. The world was shocked at the slaughter of civilians. Guernica (Gernika) is the site of the ancient Basque parliament and of the oak tree, the árbol de Guernica, beneath which Spanish kings traditionally swore to uphold Basque privileges or fueros. Pablo Picasso commemorated the destruction of Guernica in his painting of the same name.