Translation of battledress in Spanish:


traje de campaña, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbædldrɛs/ /ˈbat(ə)ldrɛs/


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    traje de campaña masculine
    • Forty years ago this summer, with the map of the Empire all but rolled up, the last British national servicemen returned to Blighty and swapped their battledress for demob suits.
    • We sat with a picnic basket on a green sward and my former employer looked even more like a brigadier in his bulky battledress.
    • Twelve years later, 35-year-old David has switched his battledress for a city suit and is watching the war unfold on television.
    • Thelma, who is 46, has swapped her smart business suit for desert battledress and is now waiting at RAF Lyneham for the orders that will send her to the Gulf.
    • I had to do this while wearing battledress still soaked with seawater from when I waded ashore from the landing craft.
    • Jack has taken to wearing full battledress at meetings - he says the tin helmet protects him from Jamieson.
    • They thankfully were not in normal battledress, so there hopefully would not be as much attention on her.
    • After boots and battledress he rejoined academia, enrolling in a course of National Economics.
    • After two decades as the Army's standard field clothing, the battledress uniform will be replaced.