Deutsch: Marine / Español: Marina / Português: Marinha / Français: Marine / Italiano: Marina /

As an English term, Marine covers as an adjective several aspects relating to the sea or ocean, mostly saltwater. However in the engineering context it refers to any body of water.

A Marine as a person is a soldier usually involved in naval operations.

The Marine describes the whole fleet of a Nation, unusual in English but common used in other languages like Dutch and German.

German: Die Marine (English: Navy) beschreibt das Seewesen eines Staates (Handelsmarine, Kriegsmarine) Im engeren Sinne beschreibt sie alles, was mit dem seemännischen Teil des Militärs zu tun hat (Flotte, Seeleute, militärische Häfen und Stützpunkte)

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