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Meaning of “garrison” - Learner’s Dictionary

garrison

noun [C]     /ˈɡærɪsən/
a group of soldiers living in a particular area or building to defend itPlaces involved in military activity
Translations of “garrison”
in Vietnamese đơn vị đồn trú…
in Spanish guarnición…
in Thai กองทหารรักษาการณ์…
in Malaysian garison…
in French garnison…
in German die Garnison…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衛戍部隊,守備部隊, 衛戍區,駐防地…
in Indonesian garnisun…
in Russian гарнизон…
in Turkish garnizon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卫戍部队,守备部队, 卫戍区,驻防地…
in Polish garnizon…
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