Regiment - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈredʒɪmənt|  American pronunciation of the word regiment
Brit.  |ˈredʒɪmənt|  British pronunciation of the word regiment

noun

- army unit smaller than a division

verb

- subject to rigid discipline, order, and systematization
- form (military personnel) into a regiment
- assign to a regiment

Examples

They carefully regiment their son's diet.

She criticized the way the school regiments its students by having strict rules.

Colonel commands a regiment.

Two regiments stood down.

A great part of the inhabitants were regimented.

the regimented routine of boarding school

The folly of lawmakers, who have struggled to regiment all industry.

My regiment was brigaded with the Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Regiments.

He deserted from his regiment.

Royal Highland Regiment

Lowland Regiment

The General commanded that the regiment attack at once.

the daring exploits of the British Parachute Regiment

Our regiment will garrison the town.

One regiment was trapped behind enemy lines.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: regiment
he/she/it: regiments
present participle: regimenting
past tense: regimented
past participle: regimented
noun
singular: regiment
plural: regiments
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