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guard of honournoun [C usually singular]

UK (US guard of honor) uk   us  
a ​group of ​people, usually ​soldiers, who are ​arranged in a ​row at a ​specialoccasion such as a ​marriageceremony or an ​officialvisit, to ​honour someone very ​important
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in Chinese (Simplified) 仪仗队…
in Chinese (Traditional) 儀仗隊…
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