trench en Inglés
v. dig a deep ditch, fortify with trenches, entrench
He dug a series of trenches, complete with guard towers, around the whole town.
Crossing the open ground with its spiked trenches and water filled moats was slowing my men to a standstill.
He dug a series of trenches,complete with guard towers, around the whole town.
In between the trenches, we would plant booby traps to further discourage any escape attempts by the trapped Gallic forces.
Moving inward from the perimeter fortifications I would construct two trenches.
The trench dug closest to the fortification was to be filled with water from the surrounding rivers.
We all knew that Vercingetorix was mounting a campaign of terror against the men charged with the task of building the wall and trenches.
There are trenches we need to pass filled with sharp wooden stakes.
An excellent soldier, he said. "He will be sent for immediately, Senator Lacour… He is on duty now with his section in the first line trenches."
At his approach several black forms flew up into the air from a trench so shallow that the bodies within were exposed to view. A whirring of stiff wings beat the air above him, flying off with the croakings of wrath.