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Spanish translation of “armour”

armour

noun /ˈaːmə/ /ˈaːmə/
formerly, a metal suit worn by knights etc as a protection while fighting
armadura
a suit of armour.
a metal covering to protect ships, tanks etc against damage from weapons.
blindaje
armoured /ˈaːməd/ /ˈaːrmərd/ adjective ( armored) (of vehicles etc) protected by armour
blindado
an armoured car.
made up of armoured vehicles
blindado
an armoured division of an army.
armoury /ˈaːməri/ /ˈaːrməriː/ noun ( ’armory) the place where weapons are made or kept. army /ˈaːmi/ noun (plural armies) a large number of men armed and organized for war
ejército
The two armies met at dawn.
a large number (of people etc)
multitud, bandada
an army of tourists.
(Definition of armour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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