battle-hardened

Related to battle-hardened: fighting a losing battle, skirmishes
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battle-hardened

[ˈbætlˌhɑːdənd] ADJendurecido por la lucha
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Our commitments in sub-conventional combat has not lowered our attention for response to a conventional threat, rather it has enhanced our confidence and made us battle-hardened," he added.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Dec 16 (ANI): A battle-hardened veteran, who was in the midst of heavy action in Dacca (now, Dhaka) during the 1971 Indo-Pak war, Colonel (retired) Ashok Kumar Tara, is no stranger to limelight.
Standing in his way though is the battle-hardened Roy Doliguez.
And, off the track since making an impressive debut here in April (beating Clongowes), three-year-old Tocca D'amore might end a frustrating season on a high for Rosewell House in the Finale Stakes, despite the presence of battle-hardened older rivals like Laws Of Spin, Lagostovegas and Mustajeer.
Pakistan Air Force is the battle-hardened force and we continue to ensure our operational preparedness 24/7,' he said.
Ever since, we've crafted battle-hardened firearms that have defended freedom around the world.
The hill and obstacles can scare even battle-hardened jockeys.
ROB Howley has no doubt that Wales are battle-hardened and ready for the latest punishing instalment of their demanding Rugby World Cup schedule.
Wales have overcome considerable odds to reach the last eight for a second successive World Cup campaign, and Wales assistant coach Howley said: "Warren Gatland (head coach) always had a saying at Wasps when I was playing under him, that we are battle-hardened.
We have seen Europeans sympathetic to their (terrorists') cause traveling into Syria and may now travel into Iraq, getting battle-hardened.
We have seen Europeans sympathetic to their [militants'] cause traveling into Syria and may now travel into Iraq, getting battle-hardened.
If the Lions had started this tour with a tough workout against the likes of Fiji or Samoa, they would have been battle-hardened for the first Test against Australia a week on Saturday," said Kay (pictured).