Translation of A-team in Spanish:


cuerpo de elite, n.

Pronunciation /ˈeɪˌtim/


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    cuerpo de elite masculine
    • This was the largest number of A-teams in the field for one operation, surpassing the total number of ODAs engaged at any one time during the Vietnam War-about 85.
    • In one incident, a U.S. Special Forces A-team, accompanied by a Canadian reconnaissance squadron, encountered a group of Somalis who had been wounded in an earlier clash.
    • You'll meet an A-team, a very special group of special forces soldiers here doing a very difficult mission.
    • He has recruited an A-team from Corporate America to help pull off a radical turnaround.
    • At his initial meeting with the A-team squad on June 26, all but two said that they backed their senior colleagues, and they signed a letter to that effect and sent it to the board.
    • Despite this Lee cannot get so much as a look-in at the A-team squad.
    • ‘We've got our A-team out here,’ Sergeant Bradley says.
    • The so-called A-team, which directed American bombers to enemy positions, helped to unseat the enemy and made a huge contribution to the war, its commander said.
    • He also had a luncheon meeting with his A-team along with the executive directors.
    • Truth be told, though, this isn't much of an A-team.
    • Due diligence was also required to get the capital needed, so Wright assigned the job to his A-team.
    • It doesn't help that they didn't assign their A-team to this film.
    • Star manager Michael Jordan left active duty in 1998, but he remained on the board and his A-team of managers ran the funds.
    • Come on BBC, put the A-team behind the mikes for the men's final.
    • Together they form a formidable A-team of masterful musicians who are so special you feel that they are capable of tilting the world on its axis.
    • The company's sense of itself was founded on an A-team working happily and fruitfully together.
    • So the Special Forces A-team directed a precision bomb right outside the commander's headquarters.
    • ‘The area has never been cleared,’ says Captain Don Ray, who commands the Special Forces A-team based in Kunduz.
    • When the A-team members left, they took a lot of their high-tech equipment with them.
    • Their own A-team has taken to the streets to help police battle crime.