garrison

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İngilizce - Türkçe
garnizon

Garnizon teslim olmaya zorlandı. - The garrison was forced to surrender.

Garnizon teslim olmaktan başka bir seçenek görmedi. - The garrison saw no choice but to surrender.

Garnizon kurmak
Bir şehre asker yerleştirmek
Garnizon; garnizonun bulunduğu yer
{i} askeri birlik
koru/asker yerleştir
{f} garnizonda görevlendirmek
i., ask. garnizon
(Askeri) GARNİZON KUVVETİ: Askeri bir garnizona yerleştirilen kıtalar
garrison commander
merkez komutanı
garrison cap
(Askeri) HİZMET KEPİ: ABD ordusunda; zeytuni veya haki renkte küçük bir başlık. Bir subay hizmet kepinin kenarında, sırmalı veya sırma ile karışık siyah renkli örme kaytan vardır. Er hizmet kepinin kenarında da renkli örme kaytan mevcuttur. Bu kaytanlar sınıfları belirtir. Evvelce buna (field cap) veya (oversea cap) denirdi
garrison cap
asker kasketi
garrison commander
garnizon komutanı
garrison flag
(Askeri) BÜYÜK MERASİM BAYRAĞI: En büyük boyutta ABD'leri bayrağı. Bu bayrak, tatil günlerinde veya ordu yönetmeliklerinde belirtilen merasim günlerinde çekilir
garrison force
(Askeri) GARNİZON KUVVETİ: Tesislerin savunulması, geliştirilmesi, işletilmesi ve bakımı için, bir üsse veya bölgeye tahsis edilen bütün birlikler. Ayrıca bakınız: "force (s) "
garrison prisoner
(Askeri) GARNİZON MAHPUSU: Mevkuf olarak duruşmasını bekleyen veya hakkında tard veya ihracı icab ettirmeyecek şekilde hapis kararı verilen mahpus
garrison ration
(Askeri) GARNİZON RASYONU: Barışta rasyon hakkı bulunan bütün şahıslara, adam başına verilen bir günlük yiyecek istihkakı şeklinde tahakkuk ettirilir. Ayrıca bakınız: "ration"
garrison shoe
(Askeri) GARNİZON AYAKKABISI: Eskiden verilmekte olan bir cins ayakkabı. Bak. "service shoe"
garrison town
askeri birliğin bulunduğu kent
family name
soyadı

Çin'de önce soyadımızı sonra adımızı koyarız. - In China, we put our family name first, then our name.

Onların soyadı posta kutusunda yazılıdır. - Their family name is written on their mailbox.

family name
aile adı

Watanabe benim aile adımdır. - Watanabe is my family name.

Aile adın nasıl yazılır? - How is your family name written?

holding garrison
(Askeri) ASIL MUHAREBE HATTI BİRLİKLERİ BÖLGESİ: Asıl muharebe hattı birliklerinin, asıl muharebe hattında işgal ettikleri bölge
military garrison
askeri garnizon
İngilizce - İngilizce
To convert into a military fort
To assign troops to a military post
The troops stationed at such a post
A permanent military post
the military force stationed in a fort, town, or other place for its defense
{v} to secure by or put in soldiers
{n} a fort, or soldiers to defend it
{i} family name
A military installation, such as a fort Also, the troops stationed there
To secure or defend by fortresses manned with troops; as, to garrison a conquered territory
A garrison is the buildings which the soldiers live in. The approaches to the garrison have been heavily mined
A body of troops stationed in a fort or fortified town
stronghold, occupying force
the troops who maintain and guard a fortified place
A localized group of 501st members, usually organized by state or region Click here for the official list of 501st Garrisons, Squads and Outposts
(1 ) Heb matstsab, a station; a place where one stands (1 Sam 14: 12); a military or fortified post (1 Sam 13: 23; 14: 1, 4, 6, etc )
To place troops in, as a fortification, for its defense; to furnish with soldiers; as, to garrison a fort or town
a fortified military post where troops are stationed
a military post
United States abolitionist who published an anti-slavery journal (1805-1879)
a fortified military post where troops are stationed the troops who maintain and guard a fortified place United States abolitionist who published an anti-slavery journal (1805-1879) station (troops) in a fort or garrison
To garrison a place means to put soldiers there in order to protect it. You can also say that soldiers are garrisoned in a place. British troops still garrisoned the country No other soldiers were garrisoned there. the large, heavily garrisoned towns. to send a group of soldiers to defend or guard a place
- troops stationed in a fortress to defend it
{f} post soldiers on guard (in a town, within a garrison, etc.)
A Garrison is an army of military units who protect a settlement A Garrison cannot be maintained unless the Stronghold has a Barracks Structure
A garrison is a group of soldiers whose task is to guard the town or building where they live. a five-hundred man French army garrison
[n] A body of troops stationed in a fortified place
{i} military post; troops stationed at a garrison
The body of soldiers stationed at a military post Also used to describe the area encompassed within a military post
A fortified place, in which troops are quartered for its security
The brand name for a line of deadbolt locks, taken from the term for a fortified place or military post
The troops stationed at a fort or other military stronghold
A fort or other place where troops are stationed
station (troops) in a fort or garrison
A permament military post
the troops permanently assigned to a military post
garrison belt
A heavy-duty leather belt, from which tools etc. may be slung

His well-bred clothes had disappeared; these day he wore khaki pants supported by a garrison belt, and boots which rattles when he walked.

Garrison Edward Keillor
born Aug. 7, 1942, Anoka, Minn., U.S. U.S. radio entertainer and writer. He began writing for The New Yorker in college and worked as a staff writer there until 1992. In 1974 he created and hosted the public-radio humour and variety show A Prairie Home Companion, about the fictional Minnesota town Lake Wobegon. He then created a new program, The American Radio Company (1987-91), but revived A Praire Home Companion in 1993. His books include Lake Wobegon Days (1985), Leaving Home (1987), The Sandy Bottom Orchestra (1996), and Me (1999)
Garrison Keillor
born Aug. 7, 1942, Anoka, Minn., U.S. U.S. radio entertainer and writer. He began writing for The New Yorker in college and worked as a staff writer there until 1992. In 1974 he created and hosted the public-radio humour and variety show A Prairie Home Companion, about the fictional Minnesota town Lake Wobegon. He then created a new program, The American Radio Company (1987-91), but revived A Praire Home Companion in 1993. His books include Lake Wobegon Days (1985), Leaving Home (1987), The Sandy Bottom Orchestra (1996), and Me (1999)
Garrison finish
A finish in a contest or race in which the winner comes from behind at the last moment
Garrison finish
surprise finish (usually about horse races) when the winner suddenly rushes forward into first place at the last possible moment
garrison cap
A soft cloth cap without a visor, worn as part of a military uniform. Also called overseas cap
garrison cap
a wedge-shaped wool or cotton cap; worn as part of a uniform
garrison town
{i} barracks, buildings used to house military troops
garrisoned
Simple past tense and past participle of garrison
garrisoning
Present participle of garrison
William Lloyd Garrison
born Dec. 10/12, 1805, Newburyport, Mass., U.S. died May 24, 1879, New York, N.Y. U.S. journalist and abolitionist. He was editor of the National Philanthropist (Boston) newspaper in 1828 and the Journal of the Times (Bennington, Vt.) in 1828-29, both dedicated to moral reform. In 1829 he and Benjamin Lundy edited the Genius of Universal Emancipation. In 1831 he founded The Liberator, which became the most radical of the antislavery journals. In 1833 he helped found the American Anti-Slavery Society. In 1837 he renounced church and state and embraced the doctrines of Christian "perfectionism," which combined abolition, women's rights, and nonresistance with the biblical injunction to "come out" from a corrupt society by refusing to obey its laws and support its institutions. His radical blend of pacifism and anarchism precipitated a crisis in the Anti-Slavery Society, a majority of whose members chose to secede when he and his followers voted a series of resolutions admitting women (1840). In the two decades between the schism of 1840 and the American Civil War, Garrison's influence waned as his radicalism increased. Through The Liberator he denounced the Compromise of 1850, the Kansas-Nebraska Act, and the Dred Scott decision and hailed John Brown's raid. During the Civil War he forswore pacifism to support Pres. Abraham Lincoln and welcomed the Emancipation Proclamation. In 1865 he retired but continued to press for women's suffrage, temperance, and free trade
garrisoned
past of garrison
garrisons
Plural of garrison
garrison