Adjective(1) connected with or belonging to or used in a navy
(1) naval officer(2) As a junior naval officer it seems you work very hard for comparatively little salary.(3) It was this maritime vulnerability that made naval politics the most important of all politics.(4) The island became very influenced by America and was a base to America's huge Pacific naval fleet.(5) The ships are tied up in Portsmouth naval base, with the numbers on board reduced to single figures.(6) It took eight hours to load three miles of pipe, using four officers and 40 naval ratings.(7) The fleet was to surrender, but it was scuttled before it reached the naval base at Scapa Flow.(8) One former naval officer said the case represented a sea-change in navy management style.(9) We didn't venture as far as the naval base, but found a beautiful spot to camp right by the edge of the Baltic Sea.(10) The Royal Navy has once again reiterated that there were no naval vessels or submarines in the area at the time.(11) I would like to study about the naval history between the Japanese and the Royal Navy.(12) Only its vital strategic importance as a naval base cushioned it from further reprisals.(13) It lies on an American naval base and the only viewing point is 100 metres away.(14) Owned by Mexico, the islands are uninhabited except for a naval base on Socorro.(15) In a party scene, she toasts a young woman, newly betrothed to a naval officer.(16) He is also an avid historian and often conducts tours of the historical naval base.
(1) naval base :: canolfan llynges
1. naval ::
2. relating to ships ::
sy'n ymwneud â llongau
3. marine ::
4. ship-borne ::
5. nautical ::
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