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assault coursenoun [C]

uk   /əˈsɒlt ˌkɔːs/  us   /əˈsɑːlt ˌkɔːrs/ UK (US obstacle course)
an ​area of ​land on which ​soldiers have to ​run between and ​climb over or ​crossvariousobjects, ​designed to ​testtheirstrength and ​physicalcondition: figurative Meetings with ​taxinspectors are often ​bureaucraticassaultcourses.
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in Chinese (Simplified) 军事训练场地, 近战训练场, 障碍场…
in Chinese (Traditional) 軍事訓練場地, 近戰訓練場, 障礙訓練場…
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