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troop

US [trup]
UK [truːp]
  • n.部队;军队;士兵;连队
  • v.成群结队而行;列队行进
  • Web成群结队地走;一群;一队
Plural Form:troops  Present Participle:trooping  Past Tense:trooped  
troop
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n.
1.
[pl]
军队;部队;士兵soldiers, especially in large groups
They announced the withdrawal of 12 000 troops from the area.
他们宣布从这个地区撤军 12 000 人。
The president decided to send in the troops .
总统决定派驻军队。
Russian troops
俄国军队
2.
[c]
连队;坦克连;骑兵连one group of soldiers, especially in tanks or on horses
A troop of guests was moving towards the house.
一群客人朝那房子走去。
3.
[c]
童子军中队a local group of Scouts
v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
成群结队而行;列队行进to walk somewhere together as a group
After lunch we all trooped down to the beach.
午餐后我们都成群结队走向海滩。

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