English → English - troop

Pronunciation
n. group; pack; unit of soldiers or policemen; military unit of armored cavalry or cavalry having a headquarters group and at least two platoons; soldier
v. gather in a group; move in a group; march or walk in order; parade the flag before military troops (for ceremonial purposes); form into a troop or troops (Archaic)
n. trope

English → Spanish - troop

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s. tropa, cuadrilla, hueste
v. ir en grupo, ir en grupos, ir juntos

English → French - troop

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n. troupe; bande, compagnie; corps
v. marcher ensemble

English → German - troop

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n. Truppe; Schar, Gruppe
v. in Truppen aufmarschieren

English → Indonesian - troop

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n. gerombolan, kelompok, pusu, kawanan, jumlah besar
v. berkumpul, beramai-ramai berjalan

English → Italian - troop

Pronunciation
s. (Mil) truppa; squadrone; gruppo, frotta; stuolo, schiera; reparto; (rar) compagnia teatrale
v. radunarsi, raccogliersi, raggrupparsi, assembrarsi; muoversi in fila; muoversi a frotte

English → Polish - troop

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n. gromada, stado, bateria, oddział wojska, pluton, trupa {teatr.}
v. zgromadzić się

English → Portuguese - troop

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s. tropa; bando, companhia
v. agrupar; marchar em grupo

English → Romanian - troop

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n. trupe, trupă, soldat: soldaţi, adunătură, gloată, mulţime de oameni, ceată, buluc, trâmbă, furnicar, laie, şleahtă, bandă, baterie de artilerie {mil.}, pluton {mil.}, turmă, stol, cârd, ciopor, cireadă, herghelie
v. aduna, strânge, deplasa: se deplasa în marş

English → Russian - troop

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с. отряд, толпа; стадо, стая; войска, труппа, батарея, эскадрон, взвод
г. собираться толпой, двигаться толпой; строить, формировать; проходить строем

English → Turkish - troop

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f. toplanmak, topluca ilerlemek
i. topluluk, birlik, bölük, cemaat, süvari bölüğü, izci grubu

English → Ukrainian - troop

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n. група людей, череда
v. збиратися натовпом, перевозити війська, зглотитися

Dutch → English - troop

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n. trope

English → Dutch - troop

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zn. troep, menigte; peloton; troepen(macht)
ww. in troepen of drommen binnenkomen

English → Greek - troop

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ουσ. πλήθος, ομάδα, θίασος, ίλη ιππικού
ρήμ. πηγαίνω ομαδικώς, συμπορεύομαι

English → Arabic - troop

Pronunciation
‏قطيع، فوج، قوات، مجموعة، وحدة عسكرية، مجموعة جنود، كتيبة، سرية خيالة، رهط، فرقة مسرحية، طغمة‏
‏إحتشد، إندفع بأعداد كبيرة‏

English → Chinese - troop

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(名) 群, 多数, 组
(动) 群集, 成群而行, 结队

English → Chinese - troop

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(名) 群, 多數, 組
(動) 群集, 成群而行, 結隊

English → Japanese - troop

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(名) グループ; 群れ; 軍隊や機動隊; 少なくとも2つの小兵隊と指揮班で構成される騎兵中隊
(動) 群れをなす; 群れを成して動く; 行進する; 軍隊が行進する(儀式を目的として); (古語)騎兵中隊に編成する

English → Korean - troop

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명. 단체; 대; 군대, 기병 중대; 군인
동. 떼를 짓다, 무리를 지어 걷다, 떼지어 떠나다, 사귀다, 중대로 편성하다, 수송하다, 분열 행진하다

English → Vietnamese - troop

Pronunciation
n. tụ hội, quân đội, bộ đội, tiểu đội, đoàn quân, đoàn hát
v. tụ họp, tụ tập

Definition of troop

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A collection of people; a company; a number; a multitude.
2. A small unit of cavalry or armour commanded by a captain, corresponding to a platoon or company of infantry.
3. A detachment of soldiers or police, especially horse artillery, armour, or state troopers.
4. Soldiers, military forces (usually "troops").
5. A company of stageplayers; a troupe.
6. A basic unit of girl or boy scouts, consisting of 6 to 10 youngsters.
7. A group of baboons.
8. A particular roll of the drum; a quick march.
9. Mushrooms that are in a close group but not close enough to be called a cluster.
Verb
10. To move in numbers; to come or gather in crowds or troops.
11. To march on; to go forward in haste.
12. To move or march as if in a crowd.
The children trooped into the room.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: trooping
Present: troop (3.person: troops)
Past: trooped
Future: will troop
Present conditional: would troop
Present Perfect: have trooped (3.person: has trooped)
Past Perfect: had trooped
Future Perfect: will have trooped
Past conditional: would have trooped
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