Translation of munitions in Spanish:


municiones, n.

Pronunciation /mjuˈnɪʃnz/ /mjuːˈnɪʃ(ə)nz/

plural noun

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    municiones feminine
    munitions dump depósito de municiones
    • munitions factory fábrica de municiones
    • Weapons, munitions and other equipment were all produced to support naval operations.
    • About 28 percent of the United States Air Forces in Europe's munitions are stored at the site.
    • In their civilian jobs, they work for a contractor clearing weapons ranges of unexploded munitions.
    • This base will also serve as administrative headquarters and contain warehouses to store munitions.
    • The convoys were carrying arms, munitions and other equipment vital for the Russian Red Army, in their battle against the Nazis.
    • Such systems require specialized support equipment and munitions uncommon in the Air Force.
    • As far as business is concerned, a munitions order from the government is much like an order from a private customer.
    • If not handled properly, these munitions can kill Air Force personnel and destroy equipment.
    • Yet there is a danger that the use of cluster bombs and depleted uranium munitions will puncture all his talk of humanitarian action.
    • At roughly the same time, military orders for depleted uranium munitions stopped too.
    • The Japanese navy maximized these characteristics by developing thin-skinned shells, allowing a far greater percentage of the munition's weight to be made of explosives, which produced a much greater bursting effect.
    • The main line of its improvement should be a rational integration of munition factories and a reduction in their total number through conversion and restructuring.
    • The Selectable Lightweight Attack Munition is an Army war reserve modernization munition designed to defeat vehicles and light armored targets.
    • Dual-purpose, improved conventional munitions were the munition of choice for killing tanks and personnel in the open.
    • Increased Irish emigration to Britain during the 1940s supplied navvies, nurses, clerks, policemen and munition workers.
    • And he took some munitions workers, some women who worked in munition plants in the United States.
    • From 1914, he applied them to the war effort, helping to clear production bottlenecks in munition factories.
    • Using metal scrap and the steel swarf turned out from munition factories, blending in nickel, vanadium and manganese they created the high-speed tool steels that the arms factories were crying out for.
    • Therefore, it should be possible to develop a similar precision munition for rocket artillery.
    • We are testing an MLRS rocket in which we have replaced the rocket's individual submunitions with a single explosive munition and have matched it with a guidance system.