- n.（军队中的）班; （暗杀）小组; 体育运动的运动（代表）队; （对付某类犯罪活动的）警察队伍;
- 复数: squads;
a bomb disposal squad
He was disappointed with his exclusion from the England squad.
Everyone was surprised at her omission from the squad.
Fraud squad officers had bugged the phone and were ready to pounce.
He was in contention for a place in the European championship squad.
Murat had looked into the eyes of the firing squad without flinching.
It would be great to get a recall to the England squad for Sweden.
Her trainer said yesterday that she would be a strong contender for a place in Britain's Olympic squad.
The squad members paired off to find places to eat and sleep.
Those put to death by firing squad included three generals.
The building was evacuated and the bomb squad called.
He is a big cheese in the Art Fraud Squad.
The manager will make a special plea to draft the player into his squad as a replacement.
As a member of an elite army hit squad, the army would send us out to do their dirty work for them.
Sean O'Leary has been named in the England squad to tour Argentina.
He knew he was in with a shout of making Craig Brown's squad for Japan.
They've got a strong squad and some great players.
There is a great sense of team spirit among the British Olympic squad.
Fraud squad officers raided the firm's offices.
The French were dealt another blow yesterday when Serge Viars withdrew from the squad.
The drugs squad swooped and discovered 240 kilograms of cannabis.
He should have tried out for the Olympic 100 metres squad.
Dean Richards was recalled to the England squad for the match with Wales.
A squad of our troops held off six attacks of a numerically superior enemy.
The Fraud Squad are hard on her track and she's trying to get out of the country.
The squad leader ordered the men to mark time.
He was a magical shooter in our squad and his every shot did execution in battle.
1. a smallest army unit
2. a cooperative unit