regiment

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} alay

Bu köpek bizim alay maskotumuzdur. - This dog is our regimental mascot.

alay oluşturmak
sıkı disiplin altında tutmak
sürü
kalabalık
yönet
(Askeri) ALAY: Bütün kuruluşu, teşkilat ve malzeme kadrosunda gösterilmiş idari ve taktik birlik. Alay, tümen veya tugaydan küçük, taburdan büyük bir komutanlık seviyesidir ve komutanı genel olarak bir albaydır
{f} disiplin altına almak
i., ask. alay
{f} alay haline getirmek
{f} sistematik olarak düzene sokmak
{f} gruplaştırmak
{f} ask. alay oluşturmak
{f} (toplum, kurum v.b.'ni) sıkı bir düzene sokmak
sistematik şekle koymak
alay teşkil etmek
(Askeri) alay (birlik)
cavalry regiment
süvari alayı
regimental
alay ile ilgili
regimentation
jüyeli bir biçime sokma
infantry regiment
Piyade alayı
armored cavalry regiment (Army)
(Askeri) zırhlı süvari alayı (Kara Kuvvetleri)
artillery regiment commander
(Askeri) topçu alay komutanı
regimental
(sıfat) alay
regimental
alayaregimentals askeri üniforma
regimental
{s} alay

Bu köpek bizim alay maskotumuzdur. - This dog is our regimental mascot.

regimental
alaya ilişkin
regimentation
sistemli düzenleme
regimentation
sistematik biçime koyma
regimentation
sıkı disiplin altına alma
regimentation
sistematik şekle koyma
regimentation
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) tasnif
regimentation
yönetme
regimentation
hepsini aynı şekle koyma
royal tank regiment
(Askeri) ingiliz tank alayı
separate regiment
(Askeri) BAĞIMSIZ ALAY: Bir tümen veya tugayın bir parçasını teşkil etmeyen ve sahrada müstakil bir birlik olarak faaliyette bulunan alay
separate regiment
(Askeri) bağımsız alay
to regiment
alay oluşturmak
Englisch - Englisch
To systematize, or put in rigid order
To form soldiers into a regiment
An army unit, larger than a company and smaller than a division, consisting of at least two battalions, normally commanded by a colonel. Traditionally, multiple regiments are organized into brigades or divisions
a body of soldiers
{n} a body of soldiers, polity, rule
The entire student body
A regiment is a large group of soldiers that is commanded by a colonel
Government; mode of ruling; rule; authority; regimen
A body of men, either horse, foot, or artillery, commanded by a colonel, and consisting of a number of companies, usually ten
{i} military unit composed of two or more battalions
assign to a regiment; "regiment soldiers"
army unit smaller than a division
A group of companies of soldiers European regiments normally had approximately one thousand men Sometimes also referred to as a battalion
To form into classified units or bodies; to systematize according to classes, districts or the like
Early in the 19th century, Napoleon divided the regiments of the French army into three battalions each, and in 1901 the U.S. Army adopted the three-battalion infantry regimental system
army unit smaller than a division assign to a regiment; "regiment soldiers" subject to rigid discipline, order, and systematization; "regiment one's children" form (military personnel) into a regiment
Unit designation of the military In Civil War terms a Regiment was a formation of ten companies
army unit smaller than a division assign to a regiment; "regiment soldiers"
To form into a regiment or into regiments
A regiment of people is a large number of them. robust food, good enough to satisfy a regiment of hungry customers. to organize and control people firmly and usually too strictly. In most armies, a body of troops headed by a colonel and divided into companies, battalions, or squadrons. French cavalry units were called regiments as early as 1558. In early U.S. service, as in European armies up to that time, the usual number of companies in a regiment was
subject to rigid discipline, order, and systematization; "regiment one's children"
{f} organize, arrange systematically; control, impose authority on
The largest unit of the infantry which did not fight as a unit and had two or more battalions
The Regiment is often considered to be the most important unit in the British Army It carries the spirit of the people who have gone before and would usually contain approximately 650 soldiers depending on its cap badge and role Sometimes Infantry Regiments have more than one unit of this size and they should be correctly referred to as a Battalion and be numbered in ascending order An example being the 1st Battalion of The Parachute Regiment which like the 2nd Battalion and the 3rd Battalion contains an identical structure and number of posts
form (military personnel) into a regiment
A region or district governed
largest permanent unit of infantry Consists of three battalions Generally commanded by a lieutenant colonel or colonel
An army unit, larger than a company and smaller than a division, consisting of at least two battalions, normally commanded by a colonel
The principal unit of cavalry, about 500 strong, commanded by a Lieutenant-Colonel A unit of infantry comprising 2-4 battalions, commanded by a Colonel, but generally an administrative rather than a tactical body Regular Force - Made up of about 60,000 uniformed Canadian men and women, regular-force members work full-time for DND, making the military their career
The regiment is the basic unit of organization for a single body of men on the grand tactical scale It is the building block for brigades, divisions and corps Regiments are divided into two to four battalions
regimental
Overly strict; rigid; treating others as if they were members of a regiment
regimented
Organised, ordered, formed into regiments
regimented
Simple past tense and past participle of regiment
Ulster Defence Regiment
the full name of the UDR
parachute regiment
army unit made up of soldiers trained to use parachutes
regimental
{s} pertaining to a military regiment, pertaining to a unit composed of two or more battalions
regimental
belonging to or concerning a regiment; "regimental units"
regimental
belonging to or concerning a regiment; "regimental units
regimental
Regimental means belonging to a particular regiment. Mills was regimental colonel
regimental
Belonging to, or concerning, a regiment; as, regimental officers, clothing
regimentation
the imposition of order or discipline
regimentation
Regimentation is very strict control over the way a group of people behave or the way something is done. Democracy is incompatible with excessive, bureaucratic regimentation of social life
regimentation
The act of regimenting
regimentation
{i} establishment of a military unit composed of two or more battalions; organization, act of arranging; enforcement of strict discipline and uniformity
regimented
past of regiment
regimented
strictly controlled
regimented
Something that is regimented is very strictly controlled. the regimented atmosphere of the orphanage
regimenting
present participle of regiment
regiments
third-person singular of regiment
regiments
plural of regiment
regiment

    Silbentrennung

    reg·i·ment

    Türkische aussprache

    recımınt

    Aussprache

    /ˈreʤəmənt/ /ˈrɛʤəmənt/

    Etymologie

    [ 're-j&-m&nt, 'rej-m&am ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Late Latin regimentum, from Latin regere.

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