marina(
muh
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ri
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nuh
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noun
1. (nautical) 
My grandpa knows how to sail and has a boat in the marina.Mi abuelo sabe navegar y tiene un velero en el puerto deportivo.
marina
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el puerto deportivo (M) 
marina [məˈriːnə]
noun
puerto (m) deportivo
marina
Usage note
This word must begin with a capital letter in the sense shown in 1.
marina(
mah
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ree
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nah
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feminine noun
1. (military) 
a. navy (ships) 
En esa época, Gran Bretaña tenía la Marina más grande del mundo.At that time, Great Britain had the largest navy in the world.
b. navy (organization) 
Mi padre era oficial de la Marina.My father was an officer in the navy.
2. (geography) 
a. coast 
La marina norte de la isla está mucho más urbanizada.The northern coast of the island is much more developed.
Entre los objetivos de la organización está la conservación de la biodiversidad de la marina.Among the organization's objectives is the preservation of the biodiversity of the coastal area.
3. (art) 
a. seascape 
El pintor ruso Aivazovsky era más conocido por sus marinas.The Russian painter Aivazovsky was best known for his seascapes.
marina
Noun
1. (military) 
a. no direct translation 
marina (de guerra)navy
marina mercantemerchant navy
2. (art) 
a. seascape 
marina
1 (organización) navy; (barcos) fleet
la marina española the Spanish navy; the Spanish fleet; servir en la marina to serve in the navy
marina de guerra navy
marina mercante merchant navy; merchant marine; (EEUU)
2 (marinería) seamanship; (navegación) navigation
término de marina nautical term
3 (Geografía) coast; coastal area
4 (Arte) seascape
Phrases with "marina"
Here are the most popular phrases with "marina." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
tortuga marina
sea turtle
vaquita marina
vaquita
Examples
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