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Translation of "defence" - English-Spanish dictionary

defence

noun UK ( US defense)   /dɪˈfens/
protection, or something that provides protection against attack or criticism defensa the body’s defences against infection
B1 the part of a sports team that tries to prevent the other team from scoring points defensa I play in defence.
(Definition of defence from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

defence

noun
the act or action of defending against attack defensa the defence of Rome He spoke in defence/defense of the plans.
the method or equipment used to guard or protect defensa The walls will act as a defence/defense against flooding.
a person’s answer to an accusation especially in a law court defensa What is your defence/defense?
defenceless adjective ( defenseless)
helpless or without protection indefenso a defenceless/defenseless old lady.
the defence noun ( the defense)
(legal) the case on behalf of a person who is accused in a law court la defensa the counsel for the defence’defense.
(Definition of defence from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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