Definitions for Armadaɑrˈmɑ də, -ˈmeɪ-
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Ar•ma•daɑrˈmɑ də, -ˈmeɪ-(n.)(pl.)-das.
Category: Western History
Ref: Also called Spanish Armada.
(l.c.) any fleet of warships.
(l.c.) a large group or force of vehicles, airplanes, etc.:
an armada of transport trucks.
Origin of Armada:
1525–35; < Sp < VL *armāta; see army
a large fleet
A fleet of warships, especially with reference to the Spanish Armada.
Any large army or fleet of military vessels.
The Spanish Armada which sailed against England in 1588
Origin: From armada fleet or navy, from armata
a fleet of armed ships; a squadron. Specifically, the Spanish fleet which was sent to assail England, a. d. 1558
Armada is a village in Macomb County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 1,730 at the 2010 census. The 2008 Census Bureau Estimate places the population at 1,657. The village is located within Armada Township. A country fair is held in the village each August.
Translations for Armada
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a large number of men armed and organized for war
The two armies met at dawn.
- exércitoPortuguese (BR)
- die ArmeeGerman
- ارتش؛ سپاهFarsi
- angkatan perangIndonesian
- angkatan tenteraMalay
- hær, arméNorwegian
- ارتش؛ سپاهPersian
- عسکر، سپاهPashto
- armija (vojska)Serbian
- armé, härSwedish
- 軍隊Chinese (Trad.)
- فوج ، لشکرUrdu
- quân độiVietnamese
- 军队Chinese (Simp.)
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