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staging area

Syllabification: stag·ing ar·e·a
(also staging point or staging post)

Definition of staging area in English:

noun

A stopping place or assembly point en route to a destination: a vast staging area for guerrilla attacks the geese’s major staging area on the St. Lawrence River
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  • During the 1850s and into the Civil War period the fort was a staging area for soldiers dispersed along overland trails and near settlements.
  • Sustainment of the deployed force begins once it is received and transported to its staging areas and continues until the campaign is completed.
  • The bush fires started burning into Gippsland, making the establishment of a staging area in that region increasingly likely.

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