Overseas

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

first overseas   (primero en el extranjero)

The conjunto made its first overseas tour in 1955.

It is the first overseas site to be granted such status.

He started up Compaq's first overseas office in Munich in 1984.

overseas service   (servicio en el extranjero)

It had been rostered for overseas service and left AA Command.

Later they were mobilised for overseas service in their own right.

overseas territories   (territorios de ultramar)

Fourteen overseas territories remain under British sovereignty.

It made several reservations regarding its overseas territories.

The other two, Anguilla and Montserrat, are British overseas territories.

sent overseas   (enviado al extranjero)

The unit was sent overseas to North Africa.

He was sent overseas and served in England, Italy, and the Netherlands.

He underwent military training at Trentham in 1918 but was too late to be sent overseas.

overseas territory   (Territorio de ultramar)

Bermuda is Britain's oldest overseas territory.

Anguilla Anguilla ( ) is a British overseas territory in the Caribbean.

Anguilla is an internally self-governing overseas territory of the United Kingdom.

served overseas   (servido en el extranjero)

The brigade never served overseas, and was demobilised early in 1919.

Maddin served overseas during World War I, reaching the rank of major.

993,000 Australians enlisted during the war, while 557,000 served overseas.

overseas markets   (Mercados internacionales)

From overseas markets it grossed and from domestic circuit .

It fared better in overseas markets than in the United States.

The film grossed from overseas markets as estimated by Bollywood Hungama.

went overseas   (fue al extranjero)

In 2016, he went overseas to play with Stallion Laguna F.C.

This regiment never went overseas and was disbanded in 1946.

They even went overseas, and reached as far as the Jerusalem Artists House Museum.

deployed overseas   (desplegado en el extranjero)

During World War I he was deployed overseas to Egypt as part of the Dardanelles Campaign.

After training in California it was deployed overseas to the European Theater of Operations (ETO) in England.

"Benham" was equipped with four twin 4-inch mounts in 1917, but these were replaced with single mounts before she deployed overseas.

service overseas   (servicio en el extranjero)

Over 50% of Alberta's doctors volunteered for service overseas.

The terms of service for all three auxiliaries made service overseas voluntary.

As invasion fears receded, more home defence units were released for service overseas.

overseas tour   (gira en el extranjero)

The conjunto made its first overseas tour in 1955.

The band went on a large overseas tour, beginning on June 1, 2007.

King's contract with Federal expired in 1966, and his first overseas tour followed in 1967.

overseas player   (jugador extranjero)

In May 2019, he was signed by Somerset as their overseas player for the 2019 t20 Blast.

He was considered the best overseas player in the league and in his time smashed his way to 192 against Glendermott.

Ivanović made his 350th appearance for Chelsea in all competitions on 1 March against Norwich, becoming the fourth overseas player to do so.

serving overseas   (sirviendo en el extranjero)

During World War I over 421,809 Australians served in the military with 331,781 serving overseas.

That same year, Marshall penned a public letter of encouragement to his Hollywood colleagues serving overseas.

Truitt enrolled at Otterbein University in 1946 after serving overseas in the United States Army for 32 months.

overseas deployment   (despliegue en el extranjero)

617 Squadron deployed to RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus, the type's first overseas deployment.

These were completed by 1 October, when she was activated for an overseas deployment.

The ship went on one major overseas deployment to South America between 1881 and 1883.

overseas department   (departamento de ultramar)

As an overseas department, however, it is not part of the Schengen Area.

In 1946, the colony of Guadeloupe became an overseas department of France.

Index of Martinique-related articles Articles related to the French overseas department of Martinique include:

serve overseas   (servir en el extranjero)

Two of his four children volunteered to serve overseas in that conflict.

The regiment also had four Territorial battalions, although only two would serve overseas.

It was later re-activated in 1898 for the Spanish–American War, but did not serve overseas.

overseas trade   (Comercio internacional)

In October of that year her documentation was changed back for overseas trade.

In 1949, with the Communist takeover in Shanghai, overseas trade was cut dramatically.

After the war Idemitsu Kosan lost its overseas trade with the Allied occupation of Japan.

overseas during   (en el extranjero durante)

Welles did not travel overseas during that period.

Maddin served overseas during World War I, reaching the rank of major.

George Kilpatrick, B.D., who served overseas during the Great War with distinction, was Minister from 1920 until June 1925.

overseas colonies   (colonias de ultramar)

Britain quickly invaded and occupied most of Germany's overseas colonies in Africa.

It also saw the establishment of a Danish colonial empire and some Swedish overseas colonies.

In this regard, he concentrated on German border colonization within Europe rather than the acquisition of overseas colonies.

overseas departments   (departamentos de ultramar)

Like the other overseas departments, it is an integral part of France.

The official language, like for all overseas departments and territories of France, is French.

Conventional telecommunications links between continental France and its overseas departments will also be supplied.

overseas students   (estudiantes extranjeros)

The series centers on the life of the Chinese overseas students in the United States.

Darwin is served by a number of public and private schools that cater to local and overseas students.

The following universities offer a number of places for both home and overseas students to study medicine as part of this initiative.