army
n.

1) to command, lead; drill, train; rally an army

2) to mobilize, raise an army

3) to equip, supply an army

4) to array, commit, deploy, field; concentrate, mass an army

5) to inspect, muster, review an army

6) to encircle, envelop, surround; outfight; outflank; outmaneuver; overrun; surprise an army

7) to crush, decimate, defeat, rout an army; to put an army to flight

8) to demobilize, disband an army

9) a rebel; regular, standing; territorial; volunteer army

10) an advancing; conquering; defeated; occupation, occupying; retreating; victorious army

11) an army advances; attacks; conducts war, engages in combat, fights; pulls back, retreats, withdraws

12) (misc.) to join the army

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['ɑːmɪ]
attacks
conducts war
conquering
defeated
deploy
disband an army
drawn up in full army
engages in combat
fights
impressive army
mass an army
occupying
outfight
outflank
outmaneuver
pulls back
raise an army
rally an army
regular
retreating
retreats
review an army
rout an army
supply an army
surprise an army
surround
territorial
to put an army to flight
victorious army
volunteer army
withdraws
(misc.) to join the army
['display'] an imposing
['order'] in battle army
a rebel
an advancing
an army advances
to array
to command
to crush. decimate
to demobilize
to encircle
to equip
to inspect
to mobilize

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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