ground forces/troops

Definition of ground forces/troops

:soldiers who fight on land instead of in the air or at sea
  • They sent in ground forces/troops to take over the compound.

Word by Word Definitions

ground play
  1. : the bottom of a body of water

  2. : sediment

  3. : ground coffee beans after brewing

  1. : to bring to or place on the ground

  2. : to cause to run aground

  3. : to provide a reason or justification for

  1. : past tense and past participle of grind

force play forces
  1. : strength or energy exerted or brought to bear : cause of motion or change : active power

  2. used with a number to indicate the strength of the wind according to the Beaufort scale

  3. : moral or mental strength

  1. : to do violence to

  2. : to compel by physical, moral, or intellectual means

  3. : to make or cause especially through natural or logical necessity

troop play troops
  1. : a group of soldiers

  2. : a cavalry unit corresponding to an infantry company

  3. : armed forces, soldiers

  1. : to move or gather in crowds

  2. : to go one's way : walk

  3. : to spend time together : associate


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