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Traducción en chino (simplificado) de “troop”

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troop

verb
 
 
/truːp/
[I usually + adv/prep] to walk somewhere in a large group, usually with one person behind another
成群结队地走;(通常指)列队而行
The little boys trooped after him across the playing fields.
小男孩们一个接一个跟在他后面穿过操场。
The Norwich fans gave their team a loud cheer as they trooped off the field.
当球员们列队离开赛场时,诺里奇的球迷向他们大声欢呼。
None of us knew what to expect as we trooped into her office.
当我们一个个进入她的办公室时,谁也不知道会发生什么。
Moving firmly on foot
[I] informal humorous to travel somewhere as a group, especially when told to
(尤指被告知)成群前往
I suppose head office expects us all to troop down to London for this meeting.
我猜想总部希望我们都去伦敦参加这次会议。
Advancing and moving forward
(Definition of troop verb from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)
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