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brigade División en sílabas: bri·gade
Pronunciación: /briˈɡād/

Definición de brigade en inglés:

sustantivo

1A subdivision of an army, typically consisting of a small number of infantry battalions and/or other units and often forming part of a division: he commanded a brigade of 3,000 men
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • By 1921, Conner was a 47-year-old brigadier general preparing for his first command of an infantry brigade.
  • A disturbing trend involving named areas of interest continues to recur at the infantry battalions and brigades.
  • He has commanded airborne infantry units at the company, battalion, brigade and division levels.
Sinónimos
unit, contingent, battalion, regiment, division, squadron, company, platoon, section, corps, troop
1.1An organization with a specific purpose, typically with a military or quasi-military structure: the local fire brigade
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Reindeer became the property of collective farms, and herders were organized into brigades (working teams).
  • Pete Brown, the village fire chief, organized the all-girl brigade as men and teen-age boys drifted away.
  • And we currently have teams of 50 or so working with each of the special police brigades.
1.2 [in singular] informal , often derogatory A group of people with a common characteristic or dedicated to a common cause: the anti-smoking brigade
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Blue-Rinse brigade came out in force for the sellout show.
  • Hearing was out of the question, due to the shrieks of the band's bobbysoxer brigade.
  • But character stands neglected in Bollywood's fear brigade.
Sinónimos
squad, team, group, band, party, crew, force, outfit

verbo

[with object] Volver al principio  
1 rare Form into a brigade.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • After periods of training, the 12th brigaded with the 13th, 14th and 16th Regiments.
  • He was fascinated with the Volunteer Infantry, which was brigaded with his own.
  • Two divisions were sent to France, although one lacked artillery and was brigaded with the French.
1.1Associate with (someone or something): they thought the speech too closely brigaded with illegal action
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Conflict has been a banner behind which a large number of disparate discontents have been brigaded.

Origen

Mid 17th century: from French, from Italian brigata 'company', from brigare 'contend', from briga 'strife'.

Palabras que riman con brigade

abrade, afraid, aid, aide, ambuscade, arcade, balustrade, barricade, Belgrade, blade, blockade, braid, brocade, cannonade, carronade, cascade, cavalcade, cockade, colonnade, crusade, dissuade, downgrade, enfilade, esplanade, evade, fade, fusillade, glade, grade, grenade, grillade, handmade, harlequinade, homemade, invade, jade, lade, laid, lemonade, limeade, made, maid, man-made, marinade, masquerade, newlaid, orangeade, paid, palisade, parade, pasquinade, persuade, pervade, raid, serenade, shade, Sinéad, staid, stockade, stock-in-trade, suede, tailor-made, they'd, tirade, trade, Ubaid, underpaid, undismayed, unplayed, unsprayed, unswayed, upbraid, upgrade, wade

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