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army

noun [C]  /ˈɑr·mi/ us  
a military force, usually belonging to a country, that has the training and equipment to fight on land: She decided to join the army. An army is also any large group: An army of bystanders watched the film crew work.
Translations of “army”
in Korean 군대…
in Arabic جَيْش…
in Portuguese exército…
in Catalan exèrcit…
in Japanese (陸軍の)軍隊, 陸軍…
in Italian esercito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陸上作戰部隊, 陸軍部隊, 團體…
in Russian армия…
in Turkish ordu, aynı işi yapmak üzere bir araya gelen kalabalık insan topluluğu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 陆上作战部队, 陆军部队, 团体…
in Polish wojsko, armia…
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