enemy-occupied

Related to enemy-occupied: occupation

enemy-occupied

adj
occupied by a military enemy
Translations

enemy-occupied

[ˌenəmɪˈɒkjʊpaɪd] ADJ [territory] → ocupado por el enemigo

enemy-occupied

enemy-occupied

[ˈɛnəmɪˌ ɒkjʊpaɪd] adjoccupato/a dal nemico
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Oxfam, founded in 1942, had as its original aim to raise money so that food could be sent to the starving women and children of enemy-occupied Greece.
Fairbairn was Camp X's expert on silent killing and the man in charge of teaching "ungentlemanly" techniques to the Special Operations Executive (SOE)--the secret agents who supported resistance movements in enemy-occupied countries.
Occasionally they would stumble into enemy-occupied areas and leave in a flurry of gunfire.
SOE immediately conjures up images of daring incursions into enemy-occupied territory for purposes of sabotage, intelligence gathering and other nefarious activities with agents risking torture and death.
A critical component of Total Defense was the ability to conduct resistance operations in enemy-occupied Swiss territory.
The invasion of France in 1940 turned the country into enemy-occupied territory and the Australian branches of a French bank immediately came under the Trading with the Enemy Act promulgated that same year throughout all British colonies.
The accounts say Soleymani gathered a group of 18 Syrian commandos trained by Iran and six Hezbollah special forces that penetrated six kilometers (four miles) into enemy-occupied territory under cover of Russian aircraft driving rebel troops away and plucking up the airman.
Actually glorious Communist Party was the experienced leader of the soviet people, their inspirer and organizer in the years of war as well as peace; everywhere"at the front, in the rear, in enemy-occupied territory, the Party was a united, fighting, mobilizing, and guiding force.
Bataan had been a lingering, if progressively forlorn, hope and a beacon of freedom for us in enemy-occupied territory, and now it was gone.
This assignment was seen as an easier sell to potential recruits because "some agents might not be too enthusiastic about being left behind in enemy-occupied areas for an indefinite period of time," one planning document noted dryly.
This assignment was seen as an easier sell to potential recruits because ''some agents might not be too enthusiastic about being left behind in enemy-occupied areas for an indefinite period of time,'' one planning document noted dryly.
For his 1996 Glyndebourne staging, radical American director Peter Sellars and winner of the 2012 Opera News Achievement Award takes George Frideric Handel's penultimate English oratorio - a tale of self-sacrificial love between a Christian virgin and a Roman imperial bodyguard in fourth-century, enemy-occupied Antioch - and, by resetting it in modern-day America, transforms it into a timeless parable of spiritual resistance to tyranny and persecution.