marine vs army

marine army

Definitions

  • 1) : A marine corps.
  • 2) A member of a marine corps.
  • 3) A soldier serving on a ship or at a naval installation.
  • 4) A painting or photograph of the sea.
  • 5) A member of the US Marine Corps.
  • 6) The governmental department in charge of naval affairs in some nations.
  • 7) The mercantile or naval ships or shipping fleet of a country.
  • 8) A member of the United States Marine Corps, or a similar foreign military force.
  • 9) A solider serving on shipboard; a sea soldier; one of a body of troops trained to do duty in the navy.
  • 10) [Colloq.] an expression of disbelief, the marines being regarded by sailors as credulous.
  • 11) The sum of naval affairs; naval economy; the department of navigation and sea forces; the collective shipping of a country.
  • 12) A picture representing some marine subject.
  • 13) a member of the United States Marine Corps
  • 14) In France, specifically, the naval establishment; the national navy and its adjuncts: as, the minister of marine, or of the marine.
  • 15) Shipping in general; the maritime interest as represented by ships; sea-going vessels considered collectively, either in the aggregate or as regards nationality or class: as, the mercantile marine of a country; the naval marine.
  • 16) A soldier who serves on board of a man-of-war; one of a body of troops enlisted to do military service on board of ships or at dockyards.
  • 17) An empty bottle. See the quotation.
  • 18) In painting, a sea-piece; a marine view.
  • 19) The sea-shore.
  • 20) Of, or pertaining to, the sea (marine biology, marine insurance.)
  • 21) Of or relating to troops that serve at sea as well as on land, specifically the US Marine Corps.
  • 22) Of or relating to sea navigation; nautical: synonym: nautical.
  • 23) Relating to a system of oceanic habitats coextensive with the continental shelf, ranging from deep water to unprotected coastlines and characterized along its landward edge by exposure to wave action and tidal currents and by the absence of trees, shrubs, or emergent vegetation.
  • 24) Of or relating to shipping or maritime affairs.
  • 25) Native to, inhabiting, or formed by the sea.
  • 26) Of or relating to the sea.
  • 27) insurance against the perils of the sea, including also risks of fire, piracy, and barratry.
  • 28) (Geol.) Formed by the action of the currents or waves of the sea.
  • 29) (Chem.), [Obs.] hydrochloric acid.
  • 30) interest at any rate agreed on for money lent upon respondentia and bottomry bonds.
  • 31) See under Barometer.
  • 32) three geographical miles.
  • 33) Of or pertaining to the sea; having to do with the ocean, or with navigation or naval affairs; nautical
  • 34) See under Glue.
  • 35) an alloy of lead, antimony, and mercury, made for sheathing ships.
  • 36) (Mech.) a steam engine for propelling a vessel.
  • 37) cocoanut oil soap; -- so called because, being quite soluble in salt water, it is much used on shipboard.
  • 38) a corps formed of the officers, noncommissioned officers, privates, and musicants of marines.
  • 39) See under Law.
  • 40) [Eng.] a store where old canvas, ropes, etc., are bought and sold; a junk shop.
  • 41) relating to or characteristic of or occurring on or in the sea
  • 42) of or relating to military personnel who serve both on land and at sea (specifically the U.S. Marine Corps)
  • 43) relating to or involving ships or shipping or navigation or seamen

Definitions

  • 1) figuratively Any multitude.
  • 2) The governmental agency in charge of a state's army.
  • 3) figuratively A large group of people working toward the same purpose.
  • 4) figuratively A large group of people working toward the same purpose.
  • 5) figuratively A large group of social animals working toward the same purpose.
  • 6) A large, highly organized military force, concerned mainly with ground (rather than air or naval) operations.
  • 7) figuratively Any multitude.
  • 8) figuratively A large group of social animals working toward the same purpose.
  • 9) The entire military land forces of a country.
  • 10) A large group of people or things, especially when organized for a specific cause or purpose: synonym: multitude.
  • 11) A large body of people organized and trained for land warfare.
  • 12) A large group of people or things, especially when organized for a specific cause or purpose: synonym: multitude.
  • 13) A tactical and administrative military unit consisting of a headquarters, two or more corps, and auxiliary forces.
  • 14) a permanent army of professional soldiers, as distinguished from militia or volunteers.
  • 15) A great number; a vast multitude; a host.
  • 16) A collection or body of men armed for war, esp. one organized in companies, battalions, regiments, brigades, and divisions, under proper officers.
  • 17) A body of persons organized for the advancement of a cause.
  • 18) the army of the United States of America; the agency that organizes and trains soldiers for land warfare
  • 19) a permanent organization of the military land forces of a nation or state
  • 20) a large number of people united for some specific purpose
  • 21) An armed expedition.
  • 22) A large body of men trained and armed for war, and organized in companies, battalions, regiments, brigades, or similar divisions, under proper officers.
  • 23) A great number; a vast multitude.
  • 24) Consisting of or abounding in arms or branches; branching; spreading.

Examples

  • 1) The merchant marine ministry said that three of those on board were unconscious.
  • 2) The winds also lead to an upsurge in marine life.
  • 3) Dine on deliciously fresh marine life.
  • 4) Environmental groups said that the microbeads in the exempted products were just as damaging to marine life and should also be banned.
  • 5) For marine life and seabirds, the plastic fibres found in their guts could cost them their lives.
  • 6) Metal contamination in the marine environment is a problem the world over, and this solution holds great promise.
  • 7) MPs had called for action against the tiny beads, which are flushed into the ocean and damage marine life.
  • 8) The research adds to a growing understanding of how fish, as well as whales and other marine mammals, use sound.
  • 9) All this despite the presence of an extensive marine park around the island.
  • 10) It became a race against time once the wreck was exposed to marine life.
  • 11) Early in his career he edited works on shipping law and marine insurance.
  • 12) They are masters of the marine environment.
  • 13) Where are the images showing the location of the sailors and marines when apprehended?
  • 14) The second was marine navigation and swimming.
  • 15) The proposal has emerged amid growing concern about the effect of humanity on the marine environment.
  • 16) The empire lacked a large merchant marine, a fact that weakened its effort on the seas.
  • 17) This is the best place on the west coast of Scotland for seeing large marine mammals.
  • 18) He is recruiting 240 former marines and other sailors for the force.
  • 19) Or a marine mammal with a British soul star?
  • 20) A series of quick clips of previously unseen and unidentified sailors and marines was aired.
  • 21) Ironically, he is applying the steely determination of a former marine to the job of going all new age.
  • 22) From the great American forests would come the timber and naval stores needed to build a bigger navy and merchant marine.
  • 23) The rest of its book is a diverse set of exposures to property and casualty, and marine and aviation insurance.
  • 24) The first force to move from training to full deployment of the aircraft will be the US marine corps next year.
  • 25) He'd come on tour then he'd go away for three months on a marine biology expedition somewhere.
  • 26) As a student and then a professor of marine biology, he stayed there, and this memoir is one of the results.
  • 27) That's what we call the marine layer, a very shallow layer of some very moist air.
  • 28) The words she attributed to the marine is the tired, hackneyed Republican talking points she kept repeating ad nauseum during her campaign.
  • 29) In response to declines in ocean health, and increasing pressures on coastal and marine resources, many nations, including the United States, are increasingly turning to what we call marine protected areas to help save their most valued coastal habitats.
  • 30) Actually in Green Beret training the marine is supposed to clean it up and hide it.
  • 31) Cdr.M. R. Morgan, PhD, FRMetS, climate consultant, former Director in marine meteorology policy and planning in DND Canada, NATO and World Meteorological Organization and later a research scientist in global climatology at Exeter University, UK, now residing in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • 32) He is a police officer, a volunteer fireman and a dive master who specializes in marine rescues.
  • 33) Boris Winterhalter, PhD, senior marine researcher (retired), Geological Survey of Finland, former adjunct professor in marine geology, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
  • 34) ‘After a period of teaching, he arrived in Wales in 1959 to study marine biology and bio-chemistry.’
  • 35) ‘That included studying marine biology at university and even becoming an actor for a few years, which established his love of the theatre.’
  • 36) ‘Whale Study Week includes boat trips as well as classes in whale biology and general marine ecology.’
  • 37) ‘Tom's marine biology degree shows in his concern for the environment.’
  • 38) ‘The coursework for my degree in marine biology taught me that we know very little about the sea, especially the life in it.’
  • 39) ‘He determined the way oil blocks out light has a more harmful effect on marine plants than ingestion of the oil itself.’
  • 40) ‘Plants also feed the marine life and animals the carnivores among us eat.’
  • 41) ‘Instead, they use sea minerals extracted from marine plants to reduce dimpling and improve skin tone.’
  • 42) ‘Sirenians are vegetarians, feeding on a variety of marine algae and higher plants.’
  • 43) ‘Sea turtles are marine reptile living in salt water but have lungs and they come to the surface to breathe air.’
  • 44) ‘Perhaps, appropriately, his Swedish girlfriend, Boel, is a marine biologist.’
  • 45) ‘marine biologists have reported a growing number of exotic fish and marine creatures in British waters.’
  • 46) ‘It also damages plants and animals, including the plankton that sustains the marine food chain.’
  • 47) ‘In fact, haddock look positively ferocious compared to these innocuous marine travelers.’
  • 48) ‘Forests are still being cut down, marine life is being destroyed.’
  • 49) ‘This is a centre of marine science excellence in the world, here in Townsville.’
  • 50) ‘His painting of sea and marine organisms had distinct colour patterns and perfect symmetry.’
  • 51) ‘Rock lobster, crab and oysters add to the spread of commercial marine species.’
  • 52) ‘They have an important role in maintaining a balance of marine life on the reef but they do not build structures.’
  • 53) ‘Beyond the increase in activity of the human kind, the dream of Scylla turning into an underwater haven for marine life looks to be turning to fruition.’
  • 54) ‘No one was injured and there just happened to be a qualified marine repairman on the dock when we put the boat into its slip.’
  • 55) ‘As almost everyone knows, Trinidad is the place to have marine parts shipped in.’
  • 56) ‘The same procedure is used when placing calls via the marine operator to shoreside telephones.’
  • 57) ‘Marina Hemingway was established there but the campaign to promote marine tourism had just begun.’
  • 58) ‘Should we hire a marine surveyor to inspect the boat once it's returned to us?’
  • 59) ‘Other applications have included beacons for emergency services vehicles and marine navigation lights.’
  • 60) ‘Fortunately, the vast majority of marine assistance cases involve towing, not salvage.’
  • 61) ‘So, who is this marine surveyor, this person upon whom you are placing your trust?’
  • 62) ‘Thirty years ago, the marine industry said boat recall laws would break its back.’
  • 63) ‘It is important to note that most marine companies are dedicated to building safe and reliable products.’
  • 64) ‘What the marine trades must develop, along with the schools, is an apprenticeship program.’
  • 65) ‘The data should prove to be a gold mine to boating groups, government agencies and the marine industry.’
  • 66) ‘If we have to upgrade some of our technology to allow text messaging on marine radio, then let's make it so.’
  • 67) ‘Every year, roughly eight hundred Americans lose their lives in marine accidents.’
  • 68) ‘We do expect to see representatives of marine equipment and services start to show more interest in this area very soon.’
  • 69) ‘He was proud of his service as a marine engineer who became a farmer, then a businessman and above all, a great servant of the people of this area.’
  • 70) ‘He was a marine engineer, a world traveler, and it was from him that I acquired some of my wanderlust.’
  • 71) ‘He left school at 16 with no qualifications and began his career as a marine engineer, at one time working on the Isle of Wight.’
  • 72) ‘In the case of a marine engineer, the highest post is that of a Chief Engineer.’
  • 73) ‘She plays Silly, a Nova Scotian seasprite of girl who is the subject of a marine tragedy of, er, Titanic proportions.’
  • 74) ‘With Turner, however, his marine paintings - a third of his output - are the key to his entire oeuvre.’
  • 75) ‘He served as a naval officer in the First World War and by 1945 was the best-known marine artist in Britain.’
  • 76) ‘But today he is known as one of the finest living marine artists in the world.’
  • 77) ‘Born in Antwerp and trained as a marine artist, he excelled in portraying the busy life of ports.’
  • 78) ‘The market leaders in marine painting had moved to London.’
  • 79) ‘The role of seapower in the revolt and after generated the marine painting of van de Velde the Younger and others.’
  • 80) ‘As in most genres of art, the nautical or marine artist is a risk taker.’
  • 81) ‘Close to his home was a little shop owned by a marine painter, Mr. Eugene Boudin.’
  • 82) ‘Men who are recently out of the army or marines are favored to play hostile gunmen.’
  • 83) ‘Seven other marines from 3 Commando Brigade and four American soldiers also died.’
  • 84) ‘I went to live with my aunt's dad, who was a drill sergeant in the marines, and he tried to turn me into a soldier.’
  • 85) ‘Members of the marines have not always been appreciated by the sailors who served alongside them.’
  • 86) ‘The marines ' assault echelon had three hours to offload before tidefall threatened to beach their ships.’
  • 87) ‘He was alone but managed to look more dangerous than a troop of marines ready to kill.’
  • 88) ‘Iraqi forces ambushed marines when they crossed the Euphrates river near Nassiriya.’
  • 89) ‘The army could see this coming with what the marines have been doing for the last few decades.’
  • 90) ‘By contrast, the marines spent three months patrolling Afghanistan without locating the enemy.’
  • 91) ‘American marines landed in Beirut to ensure the survival of the Lebanon.’
  • 92) ‘The army and the marines have witnessed a similar rise in the number of applicants.’
  • 93) ‘Could they have been reacting like that to news of a strategic redeployment of US marines?’
  • 94) ‘The marines were the first combat troops ashore in Vietnam, the first to die in that confusing war.’
  • 95) ‘It was one of the first objectives of American and British marines when they moved into Southern Iraq.’
  • 96) ‘Yet protesters at Shannon witnessed hundreds of marines in Desert camouflage gear.’
  • 97) ‘At certain junctures, you're given marines under your command to carry out your mission.’
  • 98) ‘American marines defeated Iraqi forces in a battle on the outskirts of Basra.’
  • 99) ‘The marines had been hastily deployed to evacuate British nationals from the anarchy.’
  • 100) ‘With a range of five kilometres, marines can set them up behind advancing troops, clearing the way ahead.’
  • 101) ‘Within a week, the marines will have arrived at the bustling military hub.’

Examples

  • 1) The army wants people with an edge.
  • 2) Which makes it sound less like a charity and more like an army fighting a war.
  • 3) Now the army's special forces have been trained by American instructors.
  • 4) He told me a group of army officers had been arrested to foil a coup plot.
  • 5) We oppose the policy of forcing people into the army.
  • 6) Residents said that the army launched rockets against pockets of insurgents in the coastal city.
  • 7) The changes are aimed at raising the number of army reservists.
  • 8) The trouble was that a large navy in addition to a large army entailed heavy expenditures.
  • 9) At school it had been a requirement that you join the army cadet force for a year.
  • 10) They had already experienced discrimination in the army while fighting the "crusade for freedom".
  • 11) Russia admitted that red army units had been in action.
  • 12) Rival factions and some army leaders are fighting a fierce rearguard action against the president.
  • 13) He divided his army into small groups and dispatched each group to the head of a different road.
  • 14) The army has launched an inquiry.
  • 15) The nation 's army of honest hard workers really do deserve better than this.
  • 16) The army allows people an opportunity to make something of themselves.
  • 17) The Russians had huge numbers of army officers in their ranks who were paid a military salary.
  • 18) The camp is home to three battalions of the nation 's army.
  • 19) The Japanese retained large armies with which to defend their home islands.
  • 20) Your imagination, resourcefulness and initiative reflect credit on the entire army air forces.
  • 21) Members are encouraged to serve in the army in groups, ostensibly as protection against widespread bullying.
  • 22) His people 's army had played an important role in his win.
  • 23) The French realised that they could not opt out of providing the land army to repel Germany.
  • 24) He served with the Black Watch and the army intelligence corps.
  • 25) An international army was landed in China and "rescued "the Europeans.
  • 26) The core answer to all these questions is that in 1914 Britain entered a major land war without a major land army.
  • 27) Last week the army launched a campaign to retake Ramadi, and it made a final push to seize the central administration buildings yesterday.
  • 28) ‘Camp followers shared the military fortunes of the armies they accompanied.’
  • 29) ‘All the village men were fighting alongside the two armies, the Corbett army having come to join in.’
  • 30) ‘Only the Utuku, of all the peoples known to me in the world, equip and organize their armies in that manner.’
  • 31) ‘There was very little formal structure by way of military rank in Viking armies.’
  • 32) ‘The transport of land armies by sea and their support ashore by naval forces actually predate warfare at sea.’
  • 33) ‘It will also be allowed to equip its army, run a police force and all of the departments of state.’
  • 34) ‘A country's capabilities depend very much on how her force is divided between armies and fleets.’
  • 35) ‘How do navies, air forces and armies learn from experience and why is it that so often the wrong lessons are learned?’
  • 36) ‘More than a fight between armies, the Middle East conflict is a clash between two national stories.’
  • 37) ‘Even so it never envisaged itself as much more than an auxiliary force to the armies of Prussia and Austria.’
  • 38) ‘His pronouncements cannot bring down governments, or send armies off to fight and die.’
  • 39) ‘In effect he was an officer cadet in an army that doubled as military academy for young noblemen on the Continent.’
  • 40) ‘These days, great armies fighting each other are a thing of the past.’
  • 41) ‘The ploy worked and the Anglo-Dutch army united with the armies of the margrave of Baden and Eugene of Savoy.’
  • 42) ‘Bob, an army warrant officer, agreed to have his sperm frozen when he was diagnosed with a brain tumour.’
  • 43) ‘While driving them to the border he was stopped by an Iranian army patrol and forced to shoot and kill two soldiers.’
  • 44) ‘Officers from an army bomb disposal unit carried out a controlled explosion on the package.’
  • 45) ‘In practice armies, even at the height of a campaign, often spent most of their time sitting around doing nothing.’
  • 46) ‘Many times in our past we have seen enemy fleets in the channel and enemy armies encamped in the continental ports.’
  • 47) ‘The cost of maintaining such huge armies in the field would be prohibitive.’
  • 48) ‘Now is the time to train as a nurse, join the army or make yourself indispensable to the government in some other way.’
  • 49) ‘His work in Cambridge was interrupted by World War I when he worked on the land rather than join the army.’
  • 50) ‘And he declared that he would want to fight alongside his men if he joined the army.’
  • 51) ‘He was right on one front - Steve did indeed join the army and worked for several years in bomb disposal.’
  • 52) ‘On leaving the College he decided to take up a military career and, when war broke out with Spain he joined the army.’
  • 53) ‘Until the Crimean War, the Russian army was trained to fight battles like Borodino.’
  • 54) ‘For me, reporting for duty on a strike day would be like joining the army and then refusing to go to war.’
  • 55) ‘When he left boarding school in England, he joined the army and served in the Royal Artillery.’
  • 56) ‘Stewart joined the army at 18 despite his mother's concerns over life in the military.’
  • 57) ‘It was an unhappy experience and he eventually ran away to join the army.’
  • 58) ‘In last five years, none of the young men living there has been healthy enough to join the army.’
  • 59) ‘He joined the army in 1808 but struggled for promotion because he was not an aristocrat.’
  • 60) ‘By the age of 14 she had two ambitions: to join the army and to compete in the Olympics.’
  • 61) ‘He was young, had only just joined the army and had had very little training.’
  • 62) ‘Ron was training to be a Baptist lay preacher when he decided that his duty was to his country and he joined the army.’
  • 63) ‘The only option for youth was to join the army or go into town in search of a job.’
  • 64) ‘The number of those willing to join the army has been going down in the recent years.’
  • 65) ‘He had joined the army as a drummer boy and had served in India before the outbreak of the First World War.’
  • 66) ‘Pupils in Preston are signing up to join the army one day a week while studying for their GCSEs.’
  • 67) ‘He then joined the army, motivated solely by a desire to learn combat and survival skills.’
  • 68) ‘He is now attracting an army of fans, and keeps winning every time he steps up to a new racing division.’
  • 69) ‘It has an army of loyal fans which consider the GTi to be the most fun you can have on four wheels.’
  • 70) ‘The international gambling industry has hired an army of lobbyists to stack the odds in its favour.’
  • 71) ‘He's got his own website and an army of fans who will agree with everything he says.’
  • 72) ‘The weight he bears, though, is just as heavy, but it is one his growing army of fans loads on him.’
  • 73) ‘There are two armies of cells fighting in the body - the army of the healthy cells and the army of the cancer cells.’
  • 74) ‘This is done through local councils who hire armies of lawyers to fight the airport and its army of lawyers.’
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