Traducción de deploy en español:


desplegar, v.

Pronunciación /dəˈplɔɪ/ /dɪˈplɔɪ/

Ver definición en español de desplegar

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    (forces/missile) desplegar
    • Once the strategic lift deploys Army forces to where they are required, tactical logistics moves to the forefront.
    • The Legion was often deployed in hopeless military situations.
    • Profiting from a mutiny, the rebel forces deployed their troops rapidly and cut the country virtually in two.
    • Like any competent warlord, they deploy their troops to watch for intruders.
    • Troops are deployed, ready to move into position if things get out of hand.
    • On all three occasions the English commander deployed his troops across a relatively narrow front.
    • The United States had also drawn up contingency plans and would certainly have been in a position to deploy troops had the command been given.
    • A second priority for immediate response will be deploying troops engaged in training.
    • It is of similar speed and capability to Broadband technology, and forms part of the Army's attempt to deploy troops more speedily to emergency situations.
    • Local authorities responded by mobilising paramilitary police units and deploying a tank regiment onto the streets.
    • The division's mission would be to organize, train, equip, and deploy brigades.
    • About 160 Special Forces troops are deployed directly on the island itself.
    • The National Guard is deploying troops across the whole state trying to help flood victims and assess the damage from the hurricane.
    • National Guard troops were deployed in the streets at the request of Mayor Anthony Williams.
    • Whatever lies behind the timing of this initiative, the need to deploy an entire battalion smacks of military miscalculation.
    • The Imperial ships in the beach deployed a battalion of samurai to counter the rebel soldiers.
    • On Wednesday evening we will deploy our own army to their posts.
    • National Guard troops are often deployed to such events to help keep the peace.
    • The government had so far relied on police to fight the rebels, stopping short of deploying the army.
    • Ministers fear fuel supplies are on the verge of widespread disruption and have drawn up plans to deploy troops to guard refineries and introduce petrol rationing.
    • When the colonial militia deployed at Concord, the uniform was work clothes.
    • The armies deployed conventionally, in the centre a phalanx of pike-armed heavy infantry flanked on both sides by cavalry.
    • They simply could not bring themselves to believe that they would attack, and as a result they adopted the interpretation that their army was deploying only for an exercise.
    • In light of many of the challenges that have plagued peacekeeping operations in the past, brigade-level leaders must learn to take each of these into account and make the right assessments before the first battalion deploys.
    • This marks the first time since World War I that the brigade has deployed overseas.
    • A brigade can deploy and fight autonomously today only by improvising in some way the support it requires.
    • In addition to our normal operations, the squadron deployed for two evaluated exercises.
    • A signaller calls the chopper in as troops deploy to provide support and resupply to a force in contact.
    • We do not expect to have 115,000 troops permanently deployed in any one campaign.
    • He is scheduled to visit areas near the front and interact with commanders and troops deployed there.
    • When a squadron deploys at sea, they need a fully-manned deployable unit.
    • Troops deploying for the North Africa Campaign were issued antitank rockets, known as bazookas, with no previous instruction as to their technical or tactical employment.
    • There are already over 500,000 troops deployed - can you imagine how much money that costs?
    • One squadron deployed to Southwest Asia the same month and has been flying from there since.
    • The danger from mines was at the forefront of everybody's mind when the squadron deployed.
    • We saw Army forces deploying from operational depth and are looking at new ways to sustain these forces in a highly mobile, changing environment.
    • Obviously, government troops deployed at the protest site exercised restraint as they were instructed.
    • In the 1990s Army units began to deploy more frequently for peacekeeping missions in other countries.
    • The Army must rethink the fundamentals of how it prepares, deploys, and supports military operations.
    • Certain airlines have waived their service fees and penalties and will provide refunds upon request to soldiers who must change their travel plans when deploying for military duty.
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    • However, the trustees do have a responsibility to ensure that the centre's income is deployed in the most effective manner.
    • Yet the silences, so effective when they are deployed, are largely absent.
    • If she can deploy her record-breaking resources to maximum effect, this will ensure the next inspectorate report makes for happier reading.
    • Whilst we are deploying our resources to put out grass fires, somebody else in the county might need us more and their lives could be put in danger.
    • The problem requires more than deploying all available resources to deal with what is seen only as a contingency.
    • A number of days of action have been held and we have deployed extra resources into the area to try and combat the problem.
    • We have got the national labs working now looking up the whole supply chain to find out how best we can deploy our resources when it comes to port security.
    • We are simply deploying our resources to best effect.
    • These are places we know from our experience that there are likely to be problems and we are deploying resources to meet the situation.
    • Professor Furia wears his learning lightly, but he deploys it to great effect.
    • Mark has reached a top speed of 325 mph before he deploys a parachute at 3,000 ft above the ground.
    • The missile would react by climbing up to a high altitude, deploying a parachute, and wait for the radar system to come back on - then it would eject the parachute and kill the target.
    • But he knew the power of words and ideas and he deployed them to great effect.
    • He stressed the need for biosecurity and disinfection measures to continue to be effectively deployed by all farmers.
    • The unpublished papers are deployed to good effect here, with each film being given a long and informative chapter.
    • Luis deployed his landscape architecture skills to create a fabulous garden out of a pile of rubble.
    • They were able to deploy facts and figures to sharpen the journalism, challenging those politicians who spoke in pre-fabricated slabs of argument.
    • The team performed their aerial display, then broke off to deploy their parachutes and land back at the airfield, in front of a crowd of around 70 people.
    • At 8,000 ft they linked arms, and at 4,000 ft, broke apart to deploy their parachutes.
    • One of the airmen landed in the river still in his ejector seat but was able to deploy his dinghy, while the other drifted off downriver.

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