Brig brigade

Brig brigade noun бригада

Англо-русский словарь. — М.: Советская энциклопедия. . 1969.

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  • Brigade Nord — (Brig. N.; Northern Brigade) is the only full strength standing brigade in the Norwegian Army; it is one of two brigades in the Norwegian 6th Division (the other one is Brig. 6). It is mostly based in mid Troms (Bardu and Målselv) north of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Brig (Begriffsklärung) — Brig bezeichnet: einen Ort in der Schweiz, siehe Brig verkürzend die Schweizer Gemeinde Brig Glis Brig (Bezirk), einen Schweizer Bezirk Brigid, eine irisch schottische Sagengestalt Brig. steht als Abkürzung für Brigade (siehe auch:… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • brig|a|dier — «BRIHG uh DIHR», noun. 1. a brigadier general. In the British Army, brigadier became the official term in 1928; in the U.S. Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps, brigadier is an informal equivalent of brigadier general. 2. a noncommissioned officer… …   Useful english dictionary

  • brig·a·dier — /ˌbrıgəˈdiɚ/ noun, pl diers [count] : a British army officer who is in charge of a brigade; also : the rank of a brigadier …   Useful english dictionary

  • BRIG — Brigade (Governmental » Nazi Regime) * Bunny Rump In Ginger (Miscellaneous » Funnies) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • Brigade franco-allemande — 47° 48′ 59″ N 7° 37′ 16″ E / 47.8163, 7.62119 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Brig. — abbr. Brigadier. * * * 1. brigade. 2. brigadier. * * * abbrev Brigadier * * * brig1 «brihg», noun. 1. a ship with two masts and square sails set at right angles across the ship. 2. a prison on a warship. 3. Slang. a guardhouse. ╂ …   Useful english dictionary

  • brigade — [17] Brigade is one of a small set of words (others are brigand and brigantine) which go back to Italian briga ‘strife’. It is not clear where this came from; theories have centred either on a Celtic origin, comparing Old Irish brig ‘strength’,… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • brigade — [17] Brigade is one of a small set of words (others are brigand and brigantine) which go back to Italian briga ‘strife’. It is not clear where this came from; theories have centred either on a Celtic origin, comparing Old Irish brig ‘strength’,… …   Word origins

  • brigade — /bri gayd /, n., v., brigaded, brigading. n. 1. a military unit having its own headquarters and consisting of two or more regiments, squadrons, groups, or battalions. 2. a large body of troops. 3. a group of individuals organized for a particular …   Universalium

  • brig — I. noun Etymology: short for brigantine Date: 1712 a 2 masted square rigged ship II. noun Etymology: probably from 1brig Date: 1832 1. a place (as on a ship) for temporary confinement of offenders in the United States Navy 2. guardhous …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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