Translation of brigade in Spanish:

brigade

Pronunciation: /brɪˈgeɪd/

n

  • 1.1 (unit) brigada (f)
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    • 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.
    1.2 (group) [colloquial/familiar] the brown rice brigade los fanáticos de la cocina macrobiótica
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    • 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.

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