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Guards

plural noun     /ɡɑːdz/ US  /ɡɑːrdz/
used in the name of several important regiments (= units) in an army 近卫团;近卫队 the Grenadier Guards (英国)近卫步兵团 a Guards officer 近卫队军官 Parts of armies and groups of servicemen
Translations of “Guards”
in Chinese (Traditional) 近衛團, 近衛隊…
(Definition of Guards from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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