storm troops

storm troops
Synonyms and related words:
Gurkhas, SS, Special Forces, Waffen-SS, armed force, armed service, army, array, career soldiers, elite corps, elite troops, fighting machine, forces, ground forces, ground troops, guardsmen, host, legions, marines, military establishment, occupation force, paratroops, rank and file, ranks, regular army, regulars, shock troops, ski troops, soldiery, special troops, standing army, the line, the military, troops

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  • storm troops — ► PLURAL NOUN ▪ shock troops. DERIVATIVES storm trooper noun …   English terms dictionary

  • Storm Troops — noun Nazi militia created by Hitler in 1921 that helped him to power but was eclipsed by the SS after 1943 • Syn: ↑SA, ↑Sturmabteilung • Hypernyms: ↑militia, ↑reserves • Member Meronyms: ↑Brownshirt * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • storm troops — plural noun another term for shock troops. Derivatives storm trooper noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • storm troops — Mil. (formerly) German troops specially chosen and equipped for carrying out assault operations. [1915 20; trans. of G Sturmtruppen] * * * …   Universalium

  • storm troops — /ˈstɔm trups/ (say stawm troohps) plural noun → shock troops …  

  • Storm Troops —    See SA …   Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

  • storm troops — military unit whose role is to make the first attack on an enemy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • storm-troops — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Storm chasing — is broadly defined as the pursuit of any severe weather condition, regardless of motive. A person who chases storms is known as a storm chaser, or simply a chaser. While witnessing a tornado is the single biggest objective for most chasers, many… …   Wikipedia

  • storm — (n.) O.E. storm, from P.Gmc. *sturmaz (Cf. O.N. stormr, O.S., M.L.G., M.Du., Du. storm, O.H.G., Ger. sturm). O.Fr. estour onset, tumult, It. stormo are Gmc. loan words. Fig. (non meteorological) sense was in late O.E. The verb in the sense of to… …   Etymology dictionary

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