reconnaître en force

English translation: to reconnoitre in force

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04:34 May 16, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
French term or phrase: reconnaître en force
Russo-Japanese War. Reconnaissance? Encounters?
ComComTech
English translation:to reconnoitre in force
Explanation:
refers to reconnaissance, not encounter
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nareconnaissance in force
Heathcliff
nato reconnoitre in force
Louis RIOUAL
nareconnaissance
Agius Language & Translation


  

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54 mins
reconnaissance


Explanation:
this term is used in military terms but I am not sure about 'en force' here. one says: to go on reconnaissance

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55 mins
to reconnoitre in force


Explanation:
refers to reconnaissance, not encounter

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6 hrs
reconnaissance in force


Explanation:
is the standard military term, with reference to a scouting party consisting of a larger number of troops than usual, who are more heavily armed than a standard scouting party.

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