Is this saying: "Why do they always wage war AGAINST these armies" or is it "Why do they always wage war USING these armies", or is it ambiguous in Dutch as it is in English?
In Dutch it is USING these armies on this case. But please note that a sentence like this will never actually be used in the Netherlands. A sentence like "why do these countries always wage war against each other?" Would rather be used.
I was wondering the same thing.
Zo...Welke legers zouden zij moeten gebruiken?
De anderen. Duh.
Ze zouden in vrede leven moeten, hoor!
De legers zijn te zwaak!
To sell weapons and to distract their own people.
What's this even supposed to mean?
where does a king keep his armies? In his sleevies!!!!
In American English, it is more common to say "Why do they always fight wars with these armies" than "wage wars". Thesaurus.com lists "wage war" as a synonym for "fight". (https://www.thesaurus.com/browse/wage%20war)