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English-French Dictionary: bataille d'Abrittus

bataille {f} d'Aboukir [1798]
Battle of the Nile [1798] [also: Battle of Aboukir Bay] [decisive naval battle - after Napoleon landed his army, Nelson destroyed the French fleet, trapping the French army in Egypt]hist.mil.naut.
bataille {f} d'Abrittus [251] [aussi : bataille du forum Terebronii]
Battle of Abritus [251] [also: Battle of Forum Terebronii] [heavy defeat of Roman army by federation of Goths and Scyths]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Andrinople [378] [aussi : bataille d'Adrianople ; aujourd'hui Edirne en Turquie européenne]
Battle of Adrianople [378] [also: Battle of Hadrianopolis] [overwhelming victory of the Goths over the Eastern Roman Empire]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Antietam [1862] [aussi : bataille de Sharpsburg]
Battle of Antietam [1862] [also: Battle of Sharpsburg] [Union victory]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Assandun [1016]
Battle of Assandun [1016] [also: Battle of Essendune] [Danish victory concluding their conquest of England]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Audenarde [1708]
Battle of Oudenarde [1708] [also: Battle of Oudenaarde] [great victory for the Grand Alliance over France in the War of the Spanish Succession]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Auerstaedt [1806]
Battle of Auerstedt [1806] [in the two battles of Jena & Auerstedt, fought on the same day, Napoleon's army decisively defeated the Prussian Army under King Frederick William III]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Austerlitz [1805]
Battle of Austerlitz [1805] [also: Battle of the Three Emperors] [Napoleon defeated the larger combined Russian/Austrian Armies, bringing the War of the 3rd Coalition to an end]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Ayacucho [1824]
Battle of Ayacucho [1824] [secured the independence of Peru and ensured independence for the rest of South America]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Azincourt [1415]
Battle of Agincourt [in 1415 English forces under King Henry V defeated numerically superior French forces in this important battle in the 100 Years' War]géogr.hist.mil.
bataille {f} d'eau
(water) hose fight
bataille {f} d'Hastings [1066]
Battle of Hastings [1066] [successful Norman invasion of England]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Iéna [1806]
Battle of Jena [1806] [in the two battles of Jena & Auerstedt, fought on the same day, Napoleon's army decisively defeated the Prussian Army under King Frederick William III]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Inkerman [1854]
Battle of Inkerman [1854] [the Allies decisively defeated the Imperial Russian Army]hist.mil.
bataille {f} d'Issos [333 av. J.-C.]
Battle of Issus [333 BC] [also: Battle of Issos] [Macedonian troops, under Alexander the Great, defeated the Persian forces]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Okinawa [1945]
Battle of Okinawa [1945]hist.mil.
bataille {f} d'Othée [1408]
Battle of Othée [in 1408 the militia and citizens of Liège suffered a heavy defeat against a professional army under John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy.]géogr.hist.mil.
bataille {f} d'Ulm [1805]
Battle of Ulm [1805] [decisive battle where Napoleon trapped and forced the surrender of an entire Austrian Army]hist.mil.
bataille d'Edington {noun} [878]
Battle of Edington [878] [also: Battle of Ethandun] [Saxon army under Alfred the Great defeated the Great Heathen Army]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Aïn Djalout [1260]
Battle of Ain Jalut [1260] [also: Battle of Ayn Jalut] [Mamluks of Egypt defeated the Mongol Empire]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'al-Qadisiyya [636]
Battle of al-Qadisiyyah [636] [decisive victory for the Rashidun Caliphate against the Sasanian Empire (Muslim conquest of Persia)]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Aspern-Essling [1809] [aussi : bataille d'Essling ou bataille d'Aspern]
Battle of Aspern-Essling [1809] [Napoleon occupying Vienna, tried to cross the Danube. The Austrian army drove the French army back with heavy losses. This was Napoleon's 1st personal defeat]hist.mil.pol.
bataille {f} d'Iwo Jima [1945]
Battle of Iwo Jima [1945]hist.mil.
bataille {f} de l'île d'Aix [1809] [aussi : affaire des brûlots]
Battle of the Basque Roads [1809] [also: Battle of Aix Roads] [major naval battle of the Napoleonic Wars, leaving many French ships badly damaged or trapped in home ports]hist.mil.naut.
bataille {f} des éperons d'or [Courtrai 1302]
Battle of the Golden Spurs [Courtrai 1302]hist.
bataille {f} du Mont-d'Or [Rosebeque 1382]
Battle of Roosebeke [1382, during 1379-1385 rebellion of Ghent against France]hist.mil.
bataille {f} du pont d'Arcole [1796]
Battle of Arcole [1796] [French army victory over Austrian army]hist.mil.pol.
livrer une bataille perdue d'avance contre qn./qc. [aussi fig.]
to fight a losing battle against sb./sth. [also fig.]mil.pol.
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