Translation for 'war theatre' from English to French
NOUN   a war theatre | war theatres
zone {f} de combats
war theatre [Br.]
3 Words
zone {f} de combats
theatre of war [Br.]
Partial Matches
théâtre {m}theatre
salle {f} de théâtre
theatre [Br.]
troupe {f} de théâtre
theatre group
fréquentation {f} des théâtres
revue {f} de théâtre
theatre magazine [Br.]
amphi {f} [fam.]
lecture theatre [Br.]
théâtre {m} itinérant
touring theatre [Br.]
amateur {m} de théâtre
theatre-goer [Br.]
troupe {f}
theatre troupe [Br.]
théâtre {m} grec
Greek theatre [Br.]
salle {f} de conférences [avec gradins]
lecture theatre [Br.]
salle {f} d'opération
operating theatre [Br.]
théâtral {adj} [saison, compagnie]
theatre [Br.] [attr.]
critique {m} de théâtre
theatre critic [Br.]
infirmier {m} de salle d'opération
theatre nurse [male] [Br.]
infirmière {f} de salle d'opération
theatre nurse [female] [Br.]
critique {f} de théâtre
theatre critic [Br.] [female]
amatrice {f} de théâtre
theatre-goer [female] [Br.]
le Grand-Guignol {m} [Paris (1897 - 1962)]
Grand Guignol theatre [Br.]
aller au spectacle [théâtre]
to go to the theatre [Br.]
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Usage Examples English
  • Soldiers were encamped locally before being transported to the war theatre in France.
  • The division took part in the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine but withdrew to Belarus at the end of March to be redeployed in Valuyki at the Eastern war theatre.
  • During World War II he worked for Australian Intelligence in the Pacific War theatre and served as Chief of Staff for Australian Intelligence to Douglas MacArthur in several pacific theatres.
  • It is set in the World War II Pacific air war theatre, and was the first of Lucasfilm Games' trilogy of World War II flight simulations, followed by "Their Finest Hour" (1989) and "Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe" (1991).
  • The area became again an war theatre during WWI (Macedonian front).

  • Zuber served in the Gulf War Theatre from 21 January to 3 March 1991 as Canada's Official War Artist.
  • Each mission on every war theatre consists of both mandatory and optional targets.
  • Safet Plakalo (4 March 1950 – 19 March 2015) was a prominent Bosnian playwright, journalist, theatre critic and a founder of Sarajevo War Theatre (SARTR).
  • The Sarajevo War Theatre (...) is a theatre in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • During World War II, the RAF Winkleigh Airfield was used by the RNoAF from 1944 as the main training Centre in the UK after Norway shifted from Little Norway in Toronto Canada to re-locate the training facilities to a place nearer to the War theatre.

  • Until the spring of 1937, central Spain was the main war theatre for I-15s.
  • The army was dissolved, while Saxony remained a war theatre.
  • In 1853, during the Crimean War, it was besieged again by the Russians, before the war theatre moved to Crimea.
  • During the 1657–1658 Dano-Swedish War of the greater Second Northern War theatre, Poulsen commanded a company of dragoons in April 1657, in the defence of Ängelholm in Scania against Sweden.
  • The marine infantry battalion was closed before the end of the independence war as the unit had achieved its operational tasks and had no longer a role on the war theatre.

  • In the Peninsular War theatre of the Napoleonic Wars, the Battle of Salamanca took place on 22 July 1812 in the nearby fields of Arapiles, in which an Anglo-Portuguese Army led by Wellington decisively defeated the French army of Marmont.
  • However, by mid-2008, Romanian defence minister Teodor Meleșcanu indicated that his country would not send further troops to the mission in Chad, stating that they had reached their limits and did not want involvement in a war theatre.
  • In his book "Post-War Theatre", Albert Edward Wilson commented that "Rain On The Just" was "Tchehov in English dress" and that the play's theme was "vague".
  • She was retained by the Navy for post-war service, including that in the Korean War theatre where she earned three battle stars and then returned home for deactivation.
  • The war theatre was the Peruvian Sierra, where Peruvian resistance had easy access to population, resource and supply centres further from the sea; it could carry out a war of attrition indefinitely.

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