Traducción de dogfight en español:


combate aéreo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdɔɡˌfaɪt/ /ˈdɒɡfʌɪt/

Ver definición en español de refriega


  • 1

    combate aéreo masculino
    • In time, they battled over trenches in World War I, engaged in dogfights with other aircraft, attacked ground troops and disrupted enemy activity near the front lines.
    • The Americans lost only twenty-two fighter aircraft in dogfights or to flak over Guam; nine more planes were lost operationally or on search missions.
    • Battle of Britain is a wonderful film if what you principally want to see are lots of vintage World War II aircraft engaged in aerial dogfights.
    • US pilots, having overwhelming numbers, then shot down one of the two remaining aircraft when Nowotny's engines malfunctioned during the dogfight.
    • Now they could only wait for the range to close and the dogfight to begin.
    • All engagements - whether they are air-to-air dogfights or hand-to-hand combat - conform to this simple, powerful and insightful model.
    • I noticed how almost every kind of military strategy, from air force dogfights to large scale naval maneuvers, is based on the idea of Fire and Motion.
    • I had read little or nothing about the photo troops but read many books on fighter pilots, bomber raids, dogfights and the like.
    • The enemy's apparent reluctance tempted some of the novice Hellcat pilots to break formation and seek dogfights.
    • As a result, they could not adapt to the fast maneuvering by North Vietnamese fighters during dogfights.
    • The book relates not only the excitement of dogfights, but also incidents of bailouts and accidents during the flying and fighting that took place over Korea.
    • In a dogfight near Venlo in The Netherlands, his Spitfire was hit but he still shot down a Messerschmitt.
    • So far, the Korea-style dogfight seems to have all but disappeared from the air-to-air battle.
    • When the aircraft closed in on each other - at hundreds of miles per hour - the dogfights began.
    • Instead of recounting endless dogfights or mission recaps, Brulle shows the attitudes and viewpoints of the men who were primarily engaged in tactical air support.
    • The flak was still there, though not nearly as heavy, and I could see at least two dogfights.
    • Being over friendly territory, I could see no reason for landing immediately, so I turned toward a big dogfight and shortly had another 190 in my sights.
    • An aerial dogfight swiftly erupted at 8000 feet above the Adriatic.
    • The Zero was just too maneuverable to tackle in a dogfight.
    • First, early helmets did not take into account how often pilots use peripheral vision during a close-range dogfight.
  • 2

    (between dogs)
    pelea de perros femenino
  • 3

    (rough fight)
    refriega femenino
    reyerta femenino
    • At such an early stage of the season, this was never going to be exactly a relegation dogfight - but it was certainly competed with the ferocity of one.
    • Recent good work by the team looked light years away and they have now got themselves embroiled in a dogfight that they might struggle to win.
    • With his claiming more MP supporters than all his four rivals combined, he is assured a place in the final, two-person dogfight - where a winner is chosen by a vote of the 300,000 party members.
    • According to stockbrokers, the group has emerged from last year's dogfight over supermarket contract renewals in ‘pretty good shape’.
    • With its first 19 games against the A.L. West, the club will get a preview of what appears to be another three-team dogfight for the division.
    • They are in a comfortable fourth place in the Nationwide Conference standings and can taste a place in the historic first ever end-of-season dogfight.
    • Consumers clearly need an objective referee to sort out this dogfight, and that should be the transportation authority's job.
    • A right, auld political dogfight is shaping up in the town and surrounds as local election activity starts to step up a gear.
    • It survived by the skin of its teeth in the first season and, in the second, Richmond invested heavily in talent to prevent another dogfight.
    • Let's leave politicians to their boring old dogfight and put ourselves on centre stage.
    • There is no exciting relegation dogfight for those at the bottom end of the scale.
    • This should be a physical, knock-down, drag-out dogfight of a game.
    • That's when qualifiers from the 14 regional venues will join the exempted players in a 36-hole dogfight over four courses for a coveted place in the starting line-up on Thursday week.
    • The great man was so exhausted in the four-hour marathon dogfight that he stood at the back of the court vomiting early in the fifth set.
    • Moorby knows his side are in for a typical bottom-of-the-table dogfight and he has instructed his players to take control from the outset.
    • We want to be in that dogfight for the overall win.
    • As everyone recognises, the rebuilding of New Orleans and the rest of the afflicted Gulf region will be an epic political dogfight.
    • On the other hand, if the cable operator gets there just in time, they're likely to end up in a dogfight with the competition for every single customer.
    • They play a similar style to us, so it's going to be a dogfight, a hard battle, one we're looking forward to.
    • The battle for this market is shaping up into a trash-talking dogfight.