Definition of regimental in English:

regimental

Line breaks: regi|men¦tal
Pronunciation: /rɛdʒɪˈmɛnt(ə)l
 
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adjective

Relating to a regiment: a regimental badge regimental traditions
More example sentences
  • The pre-war Indian Army was structured along British Army lines and had similar regimental traditions.
  • His staff officers were white except for a black warrant officer, the assistant regimental adjutant.
  • I attended a very productive meeting for regimental and motorized rifle battalion scouts.

Derivatives

regimentally

adverb
More example sentences
  • By pop celebrities, I mean the musicians and actors and presenters and artists that everybody knows, even if they've never seen them perform; and by working, I mean their days are scheduled as regimentally as those of an overworked GP.
  • The tiles that came half way up the wall, before being regimentally segregated from the pink painted no-man's land stretching up to meet the ceiling, were sporadically patterned with seashells.
  • It was also apparent from early on that Hibs stopper Pat Walker was commander-in-chief of the group as the younger players in particular followed him regimentally.

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