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squad US English

A small group of people having a particular task

squad US Thesaurus

an assassination squad

God Squad US English

Used to refer to evangelical Christians, typically suggesting intrusive moralizing and proselytizing

hit squad US English

A team of assassins

squad car US English

A police patrol car

bomb squad US English

A division of a police force assigned to defuse explosive devices

death squad US English

An armed paramilitary group formed to kill particular people, especially political opponents

drug squad US English

A division of a police force investigating crimes involving illegal drugs

fraud squad US English

A division of a police force appointed to investigate fraud

taxi squad US English

A group of players who take part in practices and may be called on as reserves for the team

vice squad US English

A department or division of a police force that enforces laws against prostitution, drug abuse, illegal gambling, etc.

firing squad US English

A group of soldiers detailed to shoot a condemned person

flying squad US English

A division of a police force or other organization that is capable of reaching an incident quickly

snatch squad US English

A group of police officers or soldiers detailed to seize troublemakers in a crowd

drugs squad in drug squad US English

A division of a police force investigating crimes involving illegal drugs