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  1. platoon

    • IPA[pləˈtuːn]

    英式

    • n.
      a subdivision of a company of soldiers, usually forming a tactical unit that is commanded by a subaltern or lieutenant and divided into three sections;a group of people acting together
    • v.
      (in South Africa) apply the platoon system to (a school);use the strategy of alternating (a pair of players or one player with another) in a specified field position in successive games
    • verb: platoon, 3rd person present: platoons, gerund or present participle: platooning, past tense: platooned, past participle: platooned

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    • 相關詞

    名詞

    • 1. a subdivision of a company of soldiers, usually forming a tactical unit that is commanded by a subaltern or lieutenant and divided into three sections the platoon commander
    • a group of people acting together platoons of sharp lawyers
    • (in South Africa) denoting a school or schooling system in which two separate sets of teachers and pupils use the same buildings, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
    • engaged in platooning a platoon player

    動詞

    • 1. (in South Africa) apply the platoon system to (a school) it has been found necessary to platoon 14 schools
    • 2. use the strategy of alternating (a pair of players or one player with another) in a specified field position in successive games at catcher we platooned Petralli and Stanley
    • n.
      a noncommissioned officer in the US Army intermediate in rank between a staff sergeant and a ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[pləˈto͞on]

    美式

    • n.
      a subdivision of a company of soldiers, usually forming a tactical unit that is commanded by a ... the platoon commander
    • v.
      (in baseball and other sports) have (an athlete) play in rotation with one or more teammates at ... he was underrated because of Stengel's platooning him with Woodling

    Oxford American Dictionary