Noun: военнослужащие военные войска военщина
Adjective: военный воинский


military cadet - курсант военного училища

military career - карьера военного

military casualties - потери среди военнослужащих

military censorship - военная цензура

compulsory (military) service - воинская повинность

to conscript into the military service - призывать на военную службу

military / army coup - военный переворот, путч

military defences - военные укрепления

a man exempted from military service - освобождённый от военной службы

exemption from military service - освобождение от военной службы

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He did a year's military service. - Он отслужил в армии один год.

I've been a military man all my life. - Я был военным всю свою жизнь.

a soldier on military leave - cолдат в увольнении

A military chest was formed. - Была создана войсковая касса.

Napoleon's military victories - военные победы Наполеона

My brother is in the military. - Мой брат находится в армии.

He pushed for a leaner military. - Он выступал за сокращение численности вооружённых сил.

The military has promised to yield power. - Военные пообещали уступить власть.

We seek to avoid military confrontation at all costs. - Мы стремимся любой ценой избежать военного противостояния.

The United States is prepared to use military force to achieve its aims. - Для достижения своих целей Соединенные Штаты готовы применить военную силу.

a plan to increase military spending - план увеличения военных расходов

United States Court of Military Appeals - Федеральный апелляционный суд по делам военнослужащих

He is being tried in a military court rather than in a civilian court. - Его дело рассматривает военный, а не гражданский суд.

US Military Intelligence - Военная разведка США

He has had a long military career. - Он долго служил в армии.

The coast is policed by the military. - Побережье контролируется военными.

They seized power in a military coup. - Они захватили власть в результате военного переворота.

a phased withdrawal of military forces - поэтапный вывод войск

He was buried with full military honors. - Он был похоронен со всеми воинскими почестями.

Emulations are incident among military men. - Военным свойствен дух соперничества.

Military jets buzzed the city. - Военные реактивные самолеты пролетели над городом на бреющем полёте.

their military alignment with the US - их военная поддержка США

Planes struck at key military targets. - Самолёты нанесли удар по ключевым военным объектам.

He trenched his military camp. - Он окружил свой военный лагерь траншеями.

a military uniform made of khaki - военная форма, сделанная из материи цвета хаки

Men take to the military trades. - Мужчины привыкают к военному делу.

A military victory is unattainable. - Победа в войне является недостижимой.

the pageantry of a military ceremony - пышное зрелище военной церемонии

a rebellion against the military regime - восстание против военного режима

His military training desensitized him. - Обучение военному делу сделало его менее чувствительным.

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Связанные термины:

military band: a musical band, usually made up of players of wind, percussion and some brass instruments, that play at military functions, etc

military base: a facility for the storage of military equipment and the training of soldiers

military camp: A camp is a collection of huts and other buildings that is provided for a particular group of people, such as refugees, prisoners, or soldiers, as a place to live or stay .

military coup: a coup organized and carried out by members of the armed forces

military law: articles or regulations that apply to those belonging to the armed services

military pace: the pace of a single step in marching, taken to be 30 inches for quick time (120 paces to the minute ) in both the British and US armies

the military: the armed services (esp the army )

military budget: Your budget is the amount of money that you have available to spend. The budget for something is the amount of money that a person, organization, or country has available to spend on it.

military court: A court is a place where legal matters are decided by a judge and jury or by a magistrate .

military expert: An expert is a person who is very skilled at doing something or who knows a lot about a particular subject.

military march: a brisk march, esp. one suitable for a military parade

military orchid: a European orchid, Orchis militaris, having pale purple flowers with a four-lobed lower lip

military police: The military police are the part of an army, navy, or air force that act as its police force.

military regime: If you refer to a government or system of running a country as a regime, you are critical of it because you think it is not democratic and uses unacceptable methods.

military school: See military academy

military academy: a training establishment for young officer cadets entering the army

military aircraft: An aircraft is a vehicle which can fly, for example an aeroplane or a helicopter .

military attaché: a diplomatic official specializing in military matters

military campaign: In a war, a campaign is a series of planned movements carried out by armed forces.

military charity: A charity is an organization which raises money in order to help people who are sick or very poor, or who have a disability .

military covenant: the supposed understanding that members of the armed forces and their families will be supported by the state in the event of injury or death in the course of duty

military history: You can refer to the events of the past as history . You can also refer to the past events which concern a particular topic or place as its history.

military honours: ceremonies performed by troops in honour of royalty, at the burial of an officer, etc

military hospital: A hospital is a place where people who are ill are looked after by nurses and doctors .

military operation: An operation is a highly organized activity that involves many people doing different things.

military policeman: A military policeman is a male member of the military police .

military science: the study of military practices and the strategic, tactical, and logistic theories that determine them

military service: Military service is a period of service in the armed forces that everyone in certain countries has to do.

military strength: Your strength is the physical energy that you have, which gives you the ability to perform various actions, such as lifting or moving things.

military training: the training necessary to become a member of the army or military

military veteran: A veteran is someone who has served in the armed forces of their country, especially during a war.

military capability: A country's military capability is its ability to fight in a war.

military engineering: the design, construction, etc, of military fortifications and communications

military government: a government administered by a military commander following a coup d'é tat

military intelligence: Intelligence is information that is gathered by the government or the army about their country's enemies and their activities.

military involvement: Your involvement in something is the fact that you are taking part in it.

military policewoman: A military policewoman is a female member of the military police .

military superiority: the power, strength, or numbers of armed forces of a country viewed as an advantage over another country

military top brass: In the army or in other organizations, the top brass are the people in the highest positions.

military-industrial complex: the combined interests of the military establishment and industries involved in producing military material considered as exerting influence on foreign and economic policy

Order of Military Merit: an order awarded to members of the Canadian Forces for conspicuous merit ; established in 1972

modern pentathlon: an athletic contest consisting of five different events: horse riding with jumps, fencing with electric é p ée, freestyle swimming, pistol shooting, and cross-country running

service academy: a training establishment for young officer cadets entering the army

Uniform Code of Military Justice: the body of laws governing members of the U.S. armed forces: superseded the Articles of War in 1951

soldier orchid: a European orchid, Orchis militaris, having pale purple flowers with a four-lobed lower lip

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Однокоренные слова:

militarily - в военном отношении, воинственно, применяя военную силу
militarism - милитаризм
militarist - милитарист, военщина
militarize - милитаризировать, военизировать
paramilitary - военизированный, полувоенный
non-military - невоенный
militarese - военный язык
unmilitary - невоинский, невоенный

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