A collection of people; a company; a number; a multitude. (noun)
A small unit of cavalry or armour commanded by a captain, corresponding to a platoon or company of infantry. (noun)
A detachment of soldiers or police, especially horse artillery, armour, or state troopers. (noun)
Soldiers, military forces (usually "troops"). (noun)
A company of stageplayers; a troupe. (noun)
A particular roll of the drum (noun)
a unit of girl or boy scouts (noun)
an orderly crowd (noun)
Mushrooms that are in a close group but not close enough to be called a cluster. (noun)
To move in numbers; to come or gather in crowds or troops. (verb)
To march on; to go forward in haste. (verb)
to move or march as if in a crowd; â€œThe children trooped into the roomâ€. (verb)
Examples of word troop
As you draw down through July, you then pause with that new force structure, you do what they call a troop-to-task analysis to see if you have enough troops or the right type against the right task to continue the mission.
Senate Republicans saying the troop surge, what they call the troop surge, is turning things around.
In analyzing what we call troop to task, meaning what do you need to do and how many folks do you need to do it -- in analyzing that, General Casey and his Iraqi counterparts have determined that there are more forces needed, more Iraqi forces for sure.
I stood up to pop what we call a troop strap (ph).
That sullen, good-for-nothing brute, Balmawhapple, was sent to escort you from Doune, with what he calls his troop of horse.