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war·time

 (wôr′tīm′)
n.
A period during which a war is in progress.

wartime

(ˈwɔːˌtaɪm)
n
(Military)
a. a period or time of war
b. (as modifier): wartime conditions.

war•time

(ˈwɔrˌtaɪm)

n.
1. a time or period of war.
adj.
2. characteristic of or occurring during war.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wartime - a period of time during which there is armed conflictwartime - a period of time during which there is armed conflict
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
Translations
زَمَن الحَرْب
krigstidkrigstids-
háborús
stríîstími
čas vojny
vojni čas
savaş zamanı

wartime

[ˈwɔːtaɪm]
A. Ntiempo m de guerra
in wartimeen tiempos de guerra
B. CPD [regulations, rationing] → de guerra

wartime

[ˈwɔːrtaɪm]
n
in wartime → en temps de guerre
modif [conditions, rationing] → de la guerre
his wartime experiences in France → les expériences de la guerre qu'il a eues en Francewar-torn [ˈwɔːrtɔːrn] adjdéchiré(e) par la guerrewar-weary [ˌwɔːrˈwɪəri] adjlas de la guerre(lasse)war widow nveuve f de guerre

wartime

nKriegszeit f; in wartimein Kriegszeiten
adjKriegs-; wartime atrocitiesKriegsgräuel pl; in wartime Englandin England im Krieg or während des Krieges; wartime regulations/rationing etcVorschriften pl/Rationierungen pletc in Kriegszeiten, Kriegsvorschriften pl/-rationierungen pletc

wartime

[ˈwɔːˌtaɪm]
1. n in wartimein tempo di guerra
2. adj (regulations, rationing) → di guerra

war

(woː) noun
(an) armed struggle, especially between nations. Their leader has declared war on Britain; The larger army will win the war; the horrors of war; (also adjective) He is guilty of war crimes.
verbpast tense, past participle warred
to fight. The two countries have been warring constantly for generations.
ˈwarlike adjective
(negative unwarlike) fond of, or likely to begin, war. a warlike nation.
ˈwarrior (ˈwo-) noun
a soldier or skilled fighting man, especially in primitive societies. The chief of the tribe called his warriors together; (also adjective) a warrior prince.
war correspondent
a newspaper reporter who writes articles on a war especially from the scene of fighting.
ˈwar-cryplural ˈwar-cries noun
a shout used in battle as an encouragement to the soldiers. `For king and country' was the war-cry of the troops as they faced the enemy.
ˈwar-dance noun
a dance performed by the people of some primitive societies before going to war.
ˈwarfare noun
fighting, as in a war. He refused to fight, because he has religious objections to warfare.
ˈwarhead noun
the explosive section of a missile, torpedo etc. nuclear warheads.
ˈwarhorse noun
a horse used in battle.
ˈwarlord noun
a very powerful military leader.
ˈwarmonger noun
a person who encourages war(s), often for personal reasons.
ˈwarpaint noun
paint applied to the face etc by the people of some primitive societies before going into battle.
ˈwarship noun
a ship used in war or defence.
ˈwartime noun
the time during which a country, a people etc is at war. There is a great deal of hardship and misery in wartime; (also adjective) a wartime economy.
war of nerves
a war, contest etc in which each side tries to win by making the other nervous, eg by bluff, rather than by actually fighting. That game of chess was a war of nerves.
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That opportunity, he felt, would come, as it comes to all in wartime.
Berg, oblivious of irony or indifference, continued to explain how by exchanging into the Guards he had already gained a step on his old comrades of the Cadet Corps; how in wartime the company commander might get killed and he, as senior in the company, might easily succeed to the post; how popular he was with everyone in the regiment, and how satisfied his father was with him.
Shame and guilt for rape at war crimes trials are usually attributed to victims, instead of perpetrators, and the way to overcome this problem is to talk more about this topic, said Kyle Delbyck, the author of the Report 'Rape Myths in Wartime Sexual Violence Trials', which was presented today in Sarajevo.
and deftly uses the wartime writings of a variety of everyday people to rationalize not only self-mobilization but also resistance to organization from above (17).
A Western Australian student has won the Australian Wartime Experiences category of the National History Challenge (NHC).
Under the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan on "Defense", the defense of the country is based on the fact that armed forces, economy, population, and the territory always shall be ready for protection and this is organized in compliance with a Military Doctrine of the State [9], During mobilization and wartime, as well as during emergencies (hereinafter --in a special period/critical times) provision of sustainability of activity of the country economy, its spheres, possible economic-social facilities (hereinafter--country economy) stipulates the ability to maintain its operating capacity, mobilization within a short period of time and restoration of its activities considering the threats of a special period.
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