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army /ˈɑːmi $ ˈɑːr-/ noun (plural armies)

ارتش (یکان) ، نیروی زمینی (نیروهای مسلح) ، (نظ). ارتش ، لشگر ، سپاه ، گروه ، دسته ، جمعیت ، صف ، قانون ـ فقه: جیش ، نیرو زمینی ، علوم نظامی: نیروی زمینی

: army 1

علوم دریایی: - ground forces

: army 2 (mil)

علوم دریایی: ارتش
- soldiers, armed force, legions, military, military force, soldiery, troops
- vast number, array, horde, host, multitude, pack, swarm, throng
Related Words: crush, horde, mob, press, throng
English Thesaurus: the army, the armed forces, soldier, troops, serviceman/servicewoman, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

army S1 W1 /ˈɑːmi $ ˈɑːr-/ noun (plural armies)
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: armee, from Medieval Latin armata; armada]

1. the army [also + plural verb British English] the part of a country’s military force that is trained to fight on land in a war:
The army are helping to clear up after the floods.
an army officer
Army units launched attacks on bases near Jounieh port.
He joined the army when he was 17.
in the army
Both my sons are in the army.

2. [countable] a large organized group of people trained to fight on land in a war:
Rebel armies have taken control of the radio station.
raise an army (=collect together and organize an army to fight a battle)
The Slovenians say they can raise an army of 20,000 men.

3. [countable] a large number of people involved in the same activity
army of
The village hall is maintained by an army of volunteers.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. group of soldiers
ADJ. great, huge, large, mighty, powerful | small | professional, regular, standing | reserve | conscript | volunteer | disciplined | modern | allied | enemy | opposing | foreign | national | private | guerrilla | rebel | advancing, invading, occupying, victorious | defeated, retreating
VERB + ARMY have | go into, join After leaving school Mike went into the army.
leave | be in command of, command, lead He was in command of the British Army in Egypt. He led the army into battle.
drill, train | amass, build up, raise, recruit The king was unable to raise an army.
equip, supply | mobilize | deploy, field The French army was deployed in the Western Desert.
concentrate | crush, decimate, defeat, put to flight, rout The army was finally defeated in the autumn.
demobilize, disband The emperor was deposed and his army disbanded.
ARMY + VERB gather | advance, march A huge army marched on London.
camp | go into action, invade | attack, clash, fight The two opposing armies clashed in battle.
occupy | flee, pull back, retreat, withdraw
ARMY + NOUN captain, chief, commander, general, officer | corps, personnel, unit | barracks, base, camp, headquarters | career | patrol | greatcoat, uniform | wife
PREP. in the ~ Her husband is in the army.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. large group
ADJ. vast a vast army of personnel
small a small army of volunteers
growing, increasing | reserve
PREP. of He argued that unemployment created a useful reserve army of labour.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


join the army
At 18, I decided to join the army.
go into the army
When Dan left school, he went into the army.
serve in the army
He had served in the Indian army.
leave the army
Why did you leave the army?
be discharged/dismissed from the army
He developed epilepsy, a condition which led to him being discharged from the army.
the British/French/Polish etc army
a soldier in the Spanish army
a regular/standing army (=permanent and existing whether there is a war or not)
The regular army has about 5,000 troops.
an invading army
The towns were looted by the invading army.
an occupying army (=one that is in a foreign country which they control by force)
There was constant resistance to the occupying army.
a victorious army
Two days later, the victorious German army entered Paris.
a defeated army
The survivors of his defeated army settled in Provence.
an advancing army (=moving forward in order to attack)
The advancing Roman army was almost upon them.
a retreating army (=moving away after being defeated)
Washington's troops pursued the retreating British army.
an army base/camp
the local army base
an army unit
The town was surrounded by army units.
an army officer
Both daughters married army officers.
an army recruit
The army recruits must undergo basic training.
be in command of the army
He had gained respect and was placed in command of the army.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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