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Translation of "fortify" - English-Spanish dictionary

fortify

verb   /ˈfɔː·tɪ·faɪ/
to build strong walls, towers, etc. around a place to protect it fortificar a fortified city/town
to make someone feel stronger physically or mentally fortalecer She had a sandwich to fortify herself before going on.
(Definition of fortify from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fortify

verb /ˈfoːtifai/ ( past tense, past participle fortified)
to prepare (a building, city etc) for an attack by strengthening and arming it fortificar, fortalecer The king fortified the castle against the attacking armies.
to strengthen or enrich (eg food, drink) enriquecer Sherry is a fortified wine.
fortification /-fi-/ noun
walls etc built to strengthen an army, city, nation etc against attack fortificación Fortifications surrounded the city.
the act of fortifying. fortificación
(Definition of fortify from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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