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NOUN   wartime | -
tiempo {m} de guerrawartime
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Translation for 'wartime' from English to Spanish

tiempo {m} de guerra
Usage Examples English
  • It is a wartime publication subject to the limitations of wartime intelligence collection and dissemination.
  • In the course of her naval career, "USS Clay" covered over 100,000 miles in wartime operations. She received four battle stars for her wartime service.
  • Powell continued playing for the Leeds United throughout the war in the Wartime League, as well as playing for Wales during this time.
  • A few wartime buildings still are in use, along with the remains of the wartime runways.
  • inland, a wartime concession to fears of coastal attacks) and size (restricted to wartime needs by government lenders).
  • Reportedly, in wartime, the Army proper could call upon the support of the National Guard, the Internal Troops of Azerbaijan, and the State Border Service.
  • RAF Oakley closed to flying in August 1945, but remains very visibly a wartime airfield, whose main runway remains largely intact with a 'T2' hangar retaining its wartime black finish.
  • There is also a wartime Museum which includes a number of aircraft and a wartime emergency underground bunker.
  • In March 1946, President Harry S. Truman nominated the ten top wartime generals and admirals of the United States Armed Forces including Waesche who were to retain permanently their wartime rank.
  • Smit continued in office in Huggins' wartime coalition government, but increasingly came to disagree with Huggins on various issues, in particular what he perceived as Huggins' willingness to entertain left-wing wartime economic policies.
  • He also apologised for his wartime activities. A great many formerly purged politicians stood for this election, but it has been said that Kawakami was the only one who formally acknowledged his wartime responsibility.
  • Historical documentary and reality television series such as "The 1940s House", "Wartime Farm" and the second season of "Coal House" place modern families in a recreated wartime settings, including digging victory gardens.
  • In 2016, Roth curated an exhibit of wartime photos by Vietnam War veterans entitled "My War: Wartime Photographs by Vietnam Veterans".
  • John Daniel Gould (16 December 1919 – 1957) was a Scottish footballer who played for Arbroath, Celtic (wartime guest), Albion Rovers, Raith Rovers (wartime guest), Dumbarton (wartime guest), Ayr United and Stenhousemuir.
  • Wartime Measure Act of 1918 was United States federal legislation deeming wartime travel as an unlawful act when touring without a United States passport.
  • Most of the station area is unused with many concrete foundations of the former wartime station buildings evident.
  • In 1942 the Wartime Information Board and the National Film Board of Canada hired Bagley as a graphic artist. He created wartime propaganda and recruitment posters for the Royal Navy.
  • The all-way airfield has been replaced by a hard-surfaced runway and taxiway system, however the large wartime parking ramp remains and all five wartime hangars remain and are still in use.
  • The current airfield was built south of the wartime airfield, along the D950.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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