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  1. regiment

    • n.
      a permanent unit of an army typically commanded by a colonel and divided into several companies, squadrons, or batteries and often into two battalions;an operational unit of artillery.
    • v.
      organize according to a strict, sometimes oppressive system or pattern;form (troops) into a regiment or regiments.
    • verb: regiment, 3rd person present: regiments, gerund or present participle: regimenting, past tense: regimented, past participle: regimented

    • noun: regiment, plural noun: regiments

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    名詞

    • 1. a permanent unit of an army typically commanded by a colonel and divided into several companies, squadrons, or batteries and often into two battalions two or three miles inland a highly experienced artillery regiment had established a defensive position
    • an operational unit of artillery.
    • a large array or number of people or things a neat regiment of jars and bottles
    • 2. archaic rule or government over a person, people, or country the powers of ecclesiastical regiment which none but the Church should wield

    動詞

    • 1. organize according to a strict, sometimes oppressive system or pattern every aspect of their life is strictly regimented
    • 2. rare form (troops) into a regiment or regiments.
    • adj.
      very strictly organized or controlled: the regimented life of a long-term prisoner

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      very strictly organized or controlled: the regimented life of a long-term prisoner

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an operational unit of an army consisting of troops trained and equipped to be dropped by ... he is now serving with the Parachute Regiment

    Oxford Dictionary

    • 更多解釋
    • n.
      a permanent unit of an army typically commanded by a lieutenant colonel and divided into ... the Royal Highland Regiment
    • v.
      organize according to a strict system or pattern: every aspect of their life is strictly regimented

    Oxford Dictionary