Definition of British Expeditionary Force in English:

British Expeditionary Force

Syllabification: Brit·ish Ex·pe·di·tion·ar·y Force
(abbreviation: BEF)
A British force made available by the army reform of 1908 for service overseas against foreign countries. Such forces were sent to France at the outbreak of both world wars.

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