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corps
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corps /kɔ:ps/
  • danh từ, số nhiều corps
    • (quân sự) quân đoàn
    • đoàn
      • the Corps Diplomatique: đoàn ngoại giao
      • a corps de ballet: đoàn vũ ba lê
Concise Dictionary
kɔː
noun
+an army unit usually consisting of two or more divisions and their support
+a body of people associated together

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
body of men or women, troop, cadre, unit, detachment, cohort, division, battalion, brigade, platoon, squad, column, squadron:
We delivered supplies to the medical corps.
Advanced English Dictionary
[pl. v.]
1 a large unit of an army, consisting of two or more DIVISIONS: the commander of the third army corps
2 one of the groups of an army with a special responsibility: the Royal Army Medical Corps + the Army Corps of Engineers
3 a group of people involved in a particular job or activity: a corps of trained and experienced doctors
See also - DIPLOMATIC CORPS, PRESS CORPS
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

elite
the elite corps of the Sultan's army
| multinational
a multinational corps under UK command
| cadet, officer, volunteer | army, diplomatic, medical | media, press
the UN press corps

CORPS + NOUN

commander

PREP.

in a/the ~
He's in the Royal Army Medical Corps.



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