Associations to the word «Military»
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MILITARY, adjective. Characteristic of members of the armed forces.
MILITARY, adjective. (North America) Relating to armed forces such as the army, marines, navy and air force (often as distinguished from civilians or police forces).
MILITARY, adjective. Relating to war.
MILITARY, adjective. Relating to armies or ground forces.
MILITARY, noun. Armed forces.
MILITARY, noun. (US) (with the) U.S. armed forces in general, including the Marine Corps.
MILITARY ABDUCTION, noun. A deceitful military operation performed to convince the targets of the operation that they have had an encounter with extraterrestrial beings which is actually a staged ploy
MILITARY ABDUCTIONS, noun. Plural of military abduction
MILITARY ACADEMIES, noun. Plural of military academy
MILITARY ACADEMY, noun. A postsecondary school that prepares its students for military service as an officer.
MILITARY ACADEMY, noun. A secondary school or postsecondary school that incorporates military-like discipline into its educational program, typically leading many of its students to join the military.
MILITARY ATTACHÉ, noun. A diplomatic attaché for military affairs
MILITARY ATTACHÉS, noun. Plural of military attaché
MILITARY BRAT, noun. (slang) a child who has one or more parents who serves or served full-time in the military
MILITARY ENGINE, noun. A siege engine, a weapon such as a catapult.
MILITARY ENGINES, noun. Plural of military engine
MILITARY EXERCISE, noun. A large-scale activity involving military forces from multiple countries or commands, designed to demonstrate the level of alliance between those forces and their ability to coordinate, as a signal to potential military adversaries.
MILITARY EXERCISES, noun. Plural of military exercise
MILITARY FRONTIER, proper noun. A borderland of Habsburg Austria and later the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which acted as the cordon sanitaire against incursions from the Ottoman Empire
MILITARY GOVERNMENT, noun. (politics) A government that is lead by the military.
MILITARY GOVERNMENTS, noun. Plural of military government
MILITARY HOTEL, noun. (India) A restaurant serving non-vegetarian food.
MILITARY HOTELS, noun. Plural of military hotel
MILITARY LOAD CLASS, noun. A standard system in which a route, bridge, or raft is assigned class number(s) representing the load it can carry; vehicles are also assigned class number(s) indicating the minimum class of route, bridge, or raft they are authorized to used.
MILITARY LOAD CLASSIFICATION, noun. A standard North Atlantic Treaty Organization system in which a route, bridge, or raft is assigned class number(s) representing the load it can carry; vehicles are also assigned class number(s) indicating the maximum class of route, bridge, or raft they are authorized to used.
MILITARY MACAW, noun. Ara militaris, a large parrot with mostly green plumage.
MILITARY MACAWS, noun. Plural of military macaw
MILITARY MEDIUM, adjective. (cricket) Straight, medium pace (bowling).
MILITARY ORDER, noun. An order of knighthood which has a military (typically crusading) as well as a spiritual vocation
MILITARY POLICE, noun. A unit of a military organization whose duty is to police that particular organization. They are in charge of law enforcement on military property, and of military personnel.
MILITARY SCHOOL, noun. (US) A secondary school (or middle school) that prepares its students for joining the military.
MILITARY SCHOOLS, noun. Plural of military school
MILITARY SERVICE, noun. Service in an army or other military organisation, whether as a chosen job or as a result of an involuntary draft (conscription).
MILITARY SPOUSE, noun. A person whose spouse (wife or husband) is a member a nation's armed forces.
MILITARY TACTICS, noun. (military) The techniques for using weapons or military units in combination for engaging and defeating an enemy in battle.
MILITARY TIME, noun. (US) (Canada) The 24-hour clock.
MILITARY TRIBUNAL, noun. A military court designed to try members of enemy forces during times of war.
MILITARY, noun. The military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker".
MILITARY, adjective. Of or relating to the study of the principles of warfare; "military law".
MILITARY, adjective. Characteristic of or associated with soldiers or the military; "military uniforms".
MILITARY, adjective. Associated with or performed by members of the armed services as contrasted with civilians; "military police".
The chief difference between words and deeds is that words are always intended for men for their approbation, but deeds can be done only for God.