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Translation of "squad" - English-Spanish dictionary

squad

noun   /skwɒd/
a group of people who have special skills to deal with particular problems brigada a police drugs squad
a sports team equipo the England rugby squad
(Definition of squad from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

squad

noun /skwod/
a small group of soldiers drilled or working together escuadrón The men were divided into squads to perform different duties.
a group of people, especially a working-party equipo a squad of workmen.
squad car noun
a police car. coche patrulla
(Definition of squad from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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