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force, troops, brigade, army [JV]
 
force, troops, brigade, army [JV]
  
1) military forces, armed forces, martial forces; 2) assembled military, assembled army/armies, assembled forces, gathered military, gathered army/armies, gathered forces; 3) troops, army/armies, military units, contingents, battalions, regiments, garrisons, squadrons, platoons, cohorts; 4) martial legions, armed legions; 5) legion forces, legion armies, legion battalions [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
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1) military forces, armed forces, martial forces, legion forces; 2) assembled military, assembled army/armies, assembled forces, assembled legions, gathered military, gathered army/armies, gathered forces, gathered legions; 3) troops, army/armies, military units, contingents, battalions, regiments, garrisons, squadrons, platoons, cohorts; 4) martial legions, armed legions; 5) legion armies, legion battalions [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:27, 8 January 2019

army, military forces, troops, assembly of many military units [IW]

force, troops, brigade, army [JV]

1) military forces, armed forces, martial forces, legion forces; 2) assembled military, assembled army/armies, assembled forces, assembled legions, gathered military, gathered army/armies, gathered forces, gathered legions; 3) troops, army/armies, military units, contingents, battalions, regiments, garrisons, squadrons, platoons, cohorts; 4) martial legions, armed legions; 5) legion armies, legion battalions [Erick Tsiknopoulos]