Translation of troop in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (unit) compañía (feminine); (of cavalry) escuadrón (masculine)Example sentences
Example sentences1.2 (of Scouts) tropa (feminine)
- From the 16th century the troop, a captain's command, was the basic subunit in the cavalry.
- The unit conducting this mission was a standard regimental armored cavalry troop of the early 1990s era.
- The cavalry troop headquarters would include requisite maintenance, command and control, and liaison capabilities.
Example sentences1.3 (of people) [colloquial/familiar] tropel (masculine) troops of people were arriving la gente llegaba en tropel or en masa
- There, the infantry and the armour troops had been doing the same task.
- Despite being a novice at commanding armoured units, he quickly grasped the great potential of mechanised and armoured troops.
- The video started with an advancing troop of soldiers who fanned out across an open plain that offered only the protection of the few trees and old stone properties.
- And then he was gone, following the Scout troop.
- A scout troop with a proud history has been told to raise £100,000 or face extinction.
- Matt has been a member of the scout troop for five years.
- A troop of secret agents in identical suits, sunglasses and wigs circulated as a group throughout the evening.
- Japanese macaque studies began in 1948 when scientists visiting the southern Japanese island of Koshima, encountered a troop of wild monkeys.
- Later, they will be entertained by The Chieftains and a troop of Irish dancers who will perform in a massive marquee which has been erected on the castle lawns.
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