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1.Soldiers or armed forces.
‘UN peacekeeping troops '
‘Relatives of the soldiers said the troops considered the mission too dangerous, in part because their vehicles were in such poor shape.'
‘The Armed Forces and other troops need officers with a university degree and a higher military education.'
‘The remaining federal force of 35,000 soldiers consists of one interior ministry troops brigade, one army division and a detachment of border guards.'
2.A cavalry unit commanded by a captain.
‘The unit conducting this mission was a standard regimental armored cavalry troop of the early 1990s era.'
‘A regimental cavalry troop has two tank platoons, two scout platoons, and a heavy mortar section.'
‘The cavalry troop headquarters would include requisite maintenance, command and control, and liaison capabilities.'
‘The effects on the enemy were devastating and the cavalry troop broke contact and repositioned in good order.'
‘From the 16th century the troop, a captain's command, was the basic subunit in the cavalry.'
3.A unit of artillery and armoured formation.
‘I woke up just as the Indians were attacking an advancing troop of soldiers that had come onto their land.'
‘There, the infantry and the armour troops had been doing the same task.'
‘The video started with an advancing troop of soldiers who fanned out across an open plain that offered only the protection of the few trees and old stone properties.'
‘Despite being a novice at commanding armoured units, he quickly grasped the great potential of mechanised and armoured troops.'
‘A formidable array of armour and troops roared through in a never ending stream.'
4.A group of three or more Scout patrols.
‘But at the last meeting before we left for summer vacation, our troop leader passed around a sign up sheet.'
‘A local Boy Scout troop adopted the family, promising to help out around the house and raise money for Christmas presents.'
‘The carol singing was performed by members of the local troop of scouts, cubs and beavers.'
‘Lewis, who was leading a boy scout troop on an outing, witnessed the shooting and immediately informed officials.'
‘I can't imagine a man leading a Girl Scout troop, but because of the shortage of volunteers, I know many women who have taken on leadership of their son's pack.'
5.A group of people or animals of a particular kind.
‘a troop of musicians'
‘Just as my friend and I were admiring a youth and his horse swimming in the river, a very large man with a troop of youths and a pair of young coloured horses appeared.'
‘A troop of secret agents in identical suits, sunglasses and wigs circulated as a group throughout the evening.'
‘A troop of dancers from the School of Irish Dancing will be performing for the first time.'
‘Back at camp, we found that a troop of monkeys had discovered the tomatoes - and trashed the place.'
1.A group of people or animals of a particular kind.
‘the girls trooped in for dinner'
2.(of a group of people) come or go together or in large numbers.
‘Alexander opened the door and the three trooped in.'
‘As they trooped in, the workers - each of whom knows how lucky he or she is to be alive - said that, far from being a burden, work was helping them cope.'
‘The three of us trooped off together to get outfitted at a mid-town haberdashery.'
‘Sadly, the group trooped toward the other bus, muttering amongst themselves.'
3.(of a lone person) walk at a slow or steady pace.
‘Caroline trooped wearily home from work'
‘The doorbell rang as I was trooping down the stairs and I counted the possibilities of who it could be.'
‘Anyway, having spent the day at home doing various little jobs and waiting for some furniture to be delivered, I duly trooped down to London late afternoon and got to The Chandos before anyone else.'
‘By the time he was trooping back for the second half, news had filtered through that Middlesbrough were 2-0 up at Leicester.'
‘Neighbours saw a 44 year old bloke trooping about with a guitar; police were called and now the bloke is in a local hospital under the mental health act.'