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garrison

US [ˈɡerɪs(ə)n]
UK [ˈɡærɪs(ə)n]
  • v.驻防;派(兵)驻守
  • n.卫戍部队;守备部队;卫戍区;驻防地
  • Web驻军;要塞;加里森
Plural Form:garrisons  Present Participle:garrisoning  Past Tense:garrisoned  
garrison
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n.
1.
[cspv]
卫戍部队;守备部队;卫戍区;驻防地a group of soldiers living in a town or fort to defend it; the buildings these soldiers live in
a garrison of 5 000 troops
有 5 000 士兵驻守的防地
a garrison town
有驻防的城镇
Half the garrison is/are on duty.
卫戍部队有半数人在执勤。
v.
1.
驻防;派(兵)驻守to put soldiers in a place in order to defend it from attack
Two regiments were sent to garrison the town.
派了两个团驻守在那个城镇。
100 soldiers were garrisoned in the town.
派了 100 名士兵在城里驻防。

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