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Translation of "corps" - English-Spanish dictionary

corps

noun   /kɔːr/ ( plural corps)
a military unit trained to perform particular duties cuerpo the Royal Army Medical Corps the intelligence corps712
a group of people who are connected because they are involved in a particular activity cuerpo the diplomatic corps the press corps A corps of technicians is accompanying the band on their tour.669
(Definition of corps from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

corps

noun /koː/ ( plural corps /koːz/)
a division of an army cuerpo The Royal Armoured Corps.
a group or company cuerpo the diplomatic corps.
(Definition of corps from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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