platoon

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Englisch - Türkisch
müfreze

Bir müfrezede yaklaşık otuz asker vardır. - A platoon has about thirty soldiers.

O bir müfreze çavuşu. - He's a platoon sergeant.

{i} askeri müfreze
{i} tim
takım
{i} takım [ask.]
{i} ekip
(Askeri) TAKIM: Ordunun esas taktik birliği; bölük, batarya veya süvari bölüğünün küçük kısmı. Bir takım, iki veya daha çok manga veya kısım (section) dan ibarettir
(Askeri) takım (birlikte)
platoon sergeant
(Askeri) İn most armies, a Platoon Sergeant iş the title and position given to the senior enlisted member of a platoon, who advises and support's the platoon's commanding officer in leading the unit
platoon sergeant
(Askeri) Takım çavuşu
platoon column
(Askeri) Derin kol
platoon column
(Askeri) TAKIM KOL DÜZENİ; TAKIM YÜRÜYÜŞ KOLU: Yanaşık ve dağınık düzenlerde, bir takım dahilinde kol halinde bulunan ve mangaların aldıkları eğitim düzeni veya taktik düzen
platoon leader
(Askeri) TAKIM KOMUTANI: Bir takıma komuta eden subay ve astsubay
magazine platoon
(Askeri) mühimmat depolama takımı
cannon platoon
(Askeri) piyade top takımı
hospital ship platoon
(Askeri) HASTANE GEMİSİ SIHHİYE TAKIMI: Normalden fazla özel tıbbi bakım tesisleri mevcut olmayan yük veya taşıt gemilerine bindirilecek tahliyeye tabi hasta ve yaralılara gerekli tıbbi bakım temin etmek üzere verilen tıbbi birlik
magazine platoon
(Askeri) MÜHİMMAT DEPOLAMA TAKIMI: Bir mühimmat bölüğü (ammunition company) nün tali kısmı. Vazifesi; mühimmatı almak, depo etmek ve dağıtmaktır
pioneer and ammunition platoon
(Askeri) KITA İSTİHKAM VE MÜHİMMAT TAKIMI: Bak. "pioneer and demolition section"
weapons platoon
(Askeri) AĞIR SİLAH TAKIMI; SİLAH TAKIMI: Bir piyade bölüğünde ağır silahların toplandığı takım
Englisch - Englisch
To alternate starts with a teammate of opposite handedness, depending on the handedness of the opposing pitcher

Taylor has been hitting poorly against left-handers, and Morgan has been hitting poorly against right-handers, so they will platoon.

A unit of thirty to forty soldiers typically commanded by a lieutenant and forming part of a company
{n} a small square body of musketeers
{i} 1986 Academy Award-winning film directed by Oliver Stone (starring Charlie Sheen and Willem Dafoe)
a military unit that is a subdivision of a company; usually has a headquarters and two or more squads; usually commanded by a lieutenant
A group of vehicles or pedestrians traveling together as a group, either voluntarily or involuntarily due to signal control, geometrics, or other factors
Now, in the United States service, half of a company
An infantry platoon consists of about 40 personnel in three sections and a platoon headquarters consisting of a platoon commander (normally a Lieutenant) and a platoon 2nd in command (2IC) (normally a Warrant Officer or Sergeant)
Formerly, a body of men who fired together; also, a small square body of soldiers to strengthen the angles of a hollow square
a team of policemen working under the military platoon system
A platoon is a small group of soldiers, usually one which is commanded by a lieutenant. a small group of soldiers which is part of a company and is led by a lieutenant (peloton , from pelote ). Principal subdivision of a military company, battery, or troop. Usually commanded by a lieutenant, it consists of 25-50 soldiers organized into two or more squads led by noncommissioned officers. The term was first used in the 17th century to refer to a small body of musketeers who fired together in a volley alternately with another platoon. It has been used in U.S. military manuals since 1779, and throughout the 19th century it meant half a company. It was reintroduced into the British army in 1913. See also military unit
a military unit that is a subdivision of a company; usually has a headquarters and two or more squads; usually commanded by a lieutenant a team of policemen working under the military platoon system a group of persons who are engaged in a common activity; "platoons of tourists poured out of the busses"; "the defensive platoon of the football team
{i} division, military unit
A unit of thirty to forty soldiers typically commanded by a lieutenant
a component element of a company consisting of three squads; commanded by a lieutenant
a group of persons who are engaged in a common activity; "platoons of tourists poured out of the busses"; "the defensive platoon of the football team"
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platoon commander
one who is in charge of a military platoon
platoon sergeant
The senior noncommissioned officer in an army platoon or comparable unit
platoons
plural of platoon
platoon
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