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Translation of "martial" - English-Spanish dictionary

martial

adjective   /ˈmɑː·ʃəl/
relating to soldiers, war, or life in the armed forces marcial, castrense martial law
(Definition of martial from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

martial

adjective /ˈmaːʃəl/
warlike or fond of fighting marcial a martial nation.
belonging to or suitable for war marcial martial music.
martial art noun
(usually martial arts) a traditional way of fighting in sports such as judo or karate. artes marciales
martial law noun
the ruling of a country by the army in time of war or great national emergency, when ordinary law does not apply ley marcial The country is now under martial law.
(Definition of martial from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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