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baton US English

A short stick or staff or something resembling one, in particular

Baton Rouge US English

The capital of Louisiana, in the southeastern central part of the state, on the Mississippi River; population 223,689 (est. 2008)

baton round US English

A large rubber or plastic projectile shot from a special gun and used especially in riot control

baton charge US English

A headlong rush made by police officers with drawn truncheons, typically used in riot control to force crowds to disperse

pass the baton US English

Hand over a particular duty or responsibility

take up the baton US English

Accept a duty or responsibility

under the baton of US English

(Of an orchestra or choir) conducted by

pass the baton in baton US English

Hand over a particular duty or responsibility

take up the baton in baton US English

Accept a duty or responsibility

under the baton of in baton US English

(Of an orchestra or choir) conducted by

pass on the baton in baton US English

Hand over a particular duty or responsibility

take up or pick up the baton in baton US English

Accept a duty or responsibility

baton US Thesaurus

the conductor's baton

baton English-Spanish

batuta feminine

baton round English-Spanish

bala feminine de goma

baton change in baton English-Spanish

relevo masculine