militaryadjectiveuk /ˈmɪl.ɪ.tər.i/ us /-ter-/
- The minister argued against making cuts in military spending.
- The military expedition was made up of 100 officers and men.
- Spain was an important military power in the 16th century.
- The general made some bellicose statements about his country's military strength.
- Over 100 military vehicles paraded through the capital in a show of strength.
militarynounuk /ˈmɪl.ɪ.tər.i/ us /-ter.i/
- The president relied on the coercive powers of the military.
- Disagreements about defence cuts have opened up deep divisions within the military.
- They promised that individuals could live freely without fear of reprisal from the military.
- The military wants to allow only a sanitized report/version of the incident to become public.
- The president was widely regarded as the tool of the military.