Arms

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

coat of arms   (escudo de armas)

It is a simple red ensign, without a coat of arms.

The coat of arms were granted on 1 November 1976.

The coat of arms of Henneberg showed a black hen.

small arms   (brazos pequeños)

It has mostly small arms, RPGs, and mortars.

Her crew had conducted no practice at small arms nor of the main battery.

Defences were neglected, guns were worn and small arms were in short supply.

coats of arms   (escudos de armas)

The Groully is also featured on the coats of arms of FC Metz.

Likewise, it presents coats of arms.

In heraldry, birds, especially eagles, often appear in coats of arms.

up arms   (brazos arriba)

When hundreds were arrested, locals took up arms.

The Calchaquíes took up arms, but they were disastrously defeated.

Radha leads them and they take up arms to take revenge their enemies.

arms race   (carrera de armamentos)

The cost of this cruiser arms race was significant.

In an arms race the defense would always win.

The launch of "Dreadnought" in 1906 commenced a new naval arms race.

arms and legs

The figure's arms and legs are attached to the body.

The arms and legs are relatively small for burrowing frogs.

Karen managed to save the doll and sew his arms and legs back on.

arms fire   (fuego de armas)

It detonates only with a detonator, being unaffected even by small arms fire.

The police later said that they believed they were under attack by small arms fire.

A company-sized counterattack by the Soviet forces was wiped out by German small arms fire.

small arms fire   (fuego de armas pequeñas)

It detonates only with a detonator, being unaffected even by small arms fire.

The police later said that they believed they were under attack by small arms fire.

A company-sized counterattack by the Soviet forces was wiped out by German small arms fire.

arms against   (armas contra)

He had everybody up in arms against the play.

The «Ioannites» rise in arms against the play that had exposed them.

In 1940, he took up arms against the Nazis and joined the British Army.

bear arms

Recipients were also honoured with the right to bear arms.

Only samurai were allowed to bear arms.

"OHL" ordered that all strikers fit to bear arms' be sent to the front".

arms embargo   (embargo de armas)

Then as economic sanctions and an arms embargo took effect, both sides.

In mid-1958, the United States imposed an arms embargo on the Batista administration.

The deployment of monitors was delayed and the arms embargo could not be fully implemented.

arms and ammunition   (armas y municiones)

Trade goods soon also included arms and ammunition.

They were supplied arms and ammunition, but not uniforms, by the government.

Plata opposed the declaration of hostilities because they had few arms and ammunition.

arms control   (control de armas)

Bush and Gorbachev agreed to speed up arms control and economic negotiations.

The treaty was the first arms control agreement established during the Cold War.

The island has also been criticised for supposedly lax arms control legislation.

combined arms

These cover the spectrum of combined arms operations.

It is a combined arms force, with land, air and naval elements.

As part of this reorganization, 1st Battalion was converted to a combined arms battalion.

took up arms

When hundreds were arrested, locals took up arms.

The Calchaquíes took up arms, but they were disastrously defeated.

In 1940, he took up arms against the Nazis and joined the British Army.

arms dealer   (vendedor de armas)

He worked in Sweden as an interpreter for a Russian arms dealer.

The house was built in 1880 as Villa Socoglio by the son of an arms dealer.

In the process, she inherits his position as an arms dealer for Central America.

take up arms

Radha leads them and they take up arms to take revenge their enemies.

Sikhs enraged by this take up arms and go out to fight shouting Sikh slogans.

He was nearly eighty and in failing health when he was called upon to take up arms.

nuclear arms

He later made his mark as a writer and activist for peace and against nuclear arms.

In the early 1980s, the revival of the nuclear arms race triggered large protests about nuclear weapons.

The Cold War between the two nations led to military buildups, the nuclear arms race, and the Space Race.

up arms against   (levanta los brazos contra)

In 1940, he took up arms against the Nazis and joined the British Army.

In September 2017, Ambazonian separatists began to take up arms against the government.

As punishment for taking up arms against the Faith, Jaime is removed from the Kingsguard.

down their arms   (bajar sus brazos)

The rebels then laid down their arms and surrendered.

The Pannonians laid down their arms at the River Bathinus.

Most militias in Bakassi laid down their arms in September 2009.

both arms

She has broken both arms falling off a horse.

This results in both Toe and Hel having casts put on both arms.

He reaches up with both arms to lift a small child from a windowsill.

open arms   (los brazos abiertos)

For 2007–08, the Hornets came back home to open arms.

The "Aberach" Mackays then "rushed to the open arms of the Earl of Sutherland".

Upon meeting the pope the latter welcomed him with open arms and said: "O my dear Olinda!"

arms sales

In 1919, Liberians received Peabody rifles through US arms sales.

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Nelson approved the idea and introduced an amendment for a one-house veto over significant arms sales.

royal arms   (armas reales)

This inescutcheon represents the royal arms of France.

At the back of the gallery are royal arms dated 1723 by Mathias Read.

Over the south door is a panel with the royal arms of William III, dated 1700.

call to arms   (llamar a las armas)

She then appeared on Rosko John's debut solo album "call to arms" in 2012.

16 of the 39 municipalities of the royal demesne answered the call to arms.

It is a call to arms."

s arms

She dies in John’s arms as he puts the ring on her finger.

The patient’s arms and legs become severely spastic and bent in immovable tension.

This acts as an eye-opener and soon Kushal is back to where he belongs, in Swarupa ’s arms.

s arms

She dies in John’s arms as he puts the ring on her finger.

The patient’s arms and legs become severely spastic and bent in immovable tension.

This acts as an eye-opener and soon Kushal is back to where he belongs, in Swarupa ’s arms.

force of arms

Hakam raided Ghur and Farawanda, bringing them to submission through force of arms and conquered them.

The first plan was to storm Fremantle Prison and rescue the Fenians by force of arms; O'Reilly rejected that.

Dejazmach Sabagadis of Agame succeeded Wolde Selassie in 1817, through force of arms, to become warlord of Tigre.

spiral arms   (brazos espirales)

It has very tight spiral arms and a bright core.

It has multiple spiral arms and a bright core.

The spiral arms continue out and fade rapidly in the bright outer disk.

arms deal

"The Guardian" reported that Safadi involved in Al Yamama arms deal through an anonymous offshore company, Poseidon.

In October 1975, it was widely reported that Syria had ordered fifteen unspecified Super Frelons from France as part of an arms deal funded by Saudi Arabia.

ACF also raised the stakes for GD and Northrop because it brought in competitors intent on securing what was touted at the time as "the arms deal of the century".

arms around   (brazos alrededor)

Nick begs her not to go by wrapping his arms around her and pleading with her.

Mable is quoted as saying: "If I could put my arms around the whole world I would!"

But I just brushed that off and I came out and put my arms around him and said, 'Am I glad to see you'."

arms show   (espectáculo de armas)

The abbey arms show the trout and ring.

The arms show three silver-colored "skjeltrekor" (spades) on a blue background.

long arms   (brazos largos)

As is the case for all gibbons, they have long arms and no tail.

In some legends bolotnik is also said to have long arms and a tail.

With its long arms they swing on branches, brachiating at a fast pace.

naval arms

The launch of "Dreadnought" in 1906 commenced a new naval arms race.

Soon after, the country engaged in a vastly expensive naval arms race with Argentina that nearly led to war.

This theory sparked a naval arms race between Germany and Great Britain in the first decade of the 20th century.

arms industry

The company then shifted its focus to the arms industry.

In 2003, the company sold its arms industry division in Canada.

He is thus considered a founder of Communist China's arms industry.

arms was granted

The coat of arms was granted in 1969.

The initial coat of arms was granted by warrant of King George V on 26 August 1911, and the current version was granted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1956.

Bernard's coat of arms was granted through grant of arms and supporters, with differences to Sébastien William Comchi and Samuel Nicholas Comchi, on May 15, 2019.

arms trade

Canadian arms trade Canadian Arms Sales are governed by the country's Export and Imports Permits Act.

Gibbon visits arms fairs posing as a global security expert, and sketches people active in the arms trade.

Jill Gibbon Jill Gibbon is a British artist, best known for sketching people in the arms trade while working undercover at arms fairs.