- n.（军队的）团; 大量的人或物;
- 复数: regiments;
The Parachute Regiment could be forced to admit women.
The regiment secured its position while awaiting the enemy attack.
He became a trooper in the Royal Tank Regiment.
The 5 th Regiment bore down on the enemy positions.
As he hated army life, he decide to desert his regiment.
He was a dishonor to his regiment.
He deserted from his regiment.
The regiment is on the march.
He made his way back to the farmyard where his regiment was encamped.
We were part of an entire regiment that had nothing else to do but to keep that highway open.
He was actually gazetted to a captaincy in a marching regiment!
That autumn he was placed in command of a regiment.
The townspeople received billets ordering them to lodge the regiment overnight.
Our regiment sprang a surprise attack on the enemy position.
The regiment covered itself with glory in the invasion battle.
1. army unit smaller than a division
1. subject to rigid discipline, order, and systematization;
"regiment one's children"
2. form (military personnel) into a regiment
3. assign to a regiment;