troops

troops
n pl
1) войска, вооруженные силы, воинские части
2) добровольцы, помогающие проводить избирательную кампанию; низовые партийные работники

to allow troops into a country — впускать войска в страну

to bring in troops — вводить войска

to call out troops — вызывать войска

to commit troops to action — вводить войска в бой

to concentrate troops in the border — сосредоточивать войска на границе

to crush the enemy troops — разгромить войска противника

to deploy troops — развертывать войска; дислоцировать войска

to drive troops out — вытеснять войска

to eject smb's troops — выдворять чьи-л. войска из страны

to equalize the number of troops — уравнивать численность войск

to extricate troops from a country — осуществлять нелегкий вывод войск из страны

to ferry troops — перебрасывать / переводить войска (по воде или по воздуху)

to get troops out of a country — добиваться вывода войск из страны

to land sea-borne troops — высаживать морской десант

to levy troops — набирать войска

to maintain troops in a country — держать войска в какой-л. стране

to mass troops on the border — сосредоточивать войска на границе

to move troops to trouble spots — перебрасывать войска в горячие точки

to move in troops — вводить войска

to order troops into action / battle — приказывать войскам идти в бой

to place troops on full alert — приводить войска в состояние полной боевой готовности

to place troops on the highest state of alert / under red alert / on the highest degree of readiness — приводить войска в состояние повышенной боевой готовности

to provide troops — выделять войска

to pull troops on standby — приводить войска в боевую готовность

to pull back / out troops — отводить войска

to pull out the troops back to their barracks — отводить войска обратно в казармы

to pull U.S. troops back across the Atlantic — вывозить американские войска обратно через Атлантику

to raise troops — формировать войска

to redeploy troops — передислоцировать войска

to reinforce troops — усиливать войска

to review a contingent of troops — производить смотр воинского контингента

to review a march-post of troops — принимать парад войск

to send troops into action — отдавать приказ войскам вступить в бой

to send extra troops to a city — направлять в город дополнительные контингенты войск

to send in troops — направлять / присылать / вводить войска (в какую-л. страну)

to send out troops on to the streets — выводить войска на улицы

to station troops — дислоцировать / размещать / располагать войска

to sweep the troops into the sea — сбрасывать войска в море

to take out one's troops — выводить войска

to undermine the morale of the troops — подавлять моральный дух войск

to withdraw troops from the occupied territories — выводить войска с оккупированных территорий

to withdraw the troops to international boundaries — отводить войска к межгосударственным границам

- assault troops
- border troops
- build-up of troops
- ceremonial troops
- club-wielding troops
- counter-insurgency troops
- crack troops
- departing troops
- departure of smb's troops from a country
- deployment of troops
- elite troops
- enemy troops
- foreign troops
- frontier troops
- government troops
- ground troops
- Interior Ministry troops
- interior troops
- internal security troops
- involvement of troops in the fighting
- landing troops
- loyalist troops
- missile troops
- mutinous troops
- noncombatant troops
- occupation troops
- paramilitary troops
- peace-keeping troops
- rebel troops
- rebellious troops
- reduction of troops stationed in a country
- sea-borne troops
- shock troops
- stationing of foreign troops on the territories of other countries
- the area is flooded with troops
- token troops
- troops are due to be out
- troops are massing on the border
- troops are moving off the streets
- troops are out in force in the streets
- troops are out on the streets
- troops are patrolling the streets
- troops attached to the Interior Ministry
- troops have gone on a heightened state of alert
- troops in battle dress
- troops in combat gear
- troops moved into the village
- troops opened fire on demonstrators
- troops were deployed in the streets
- troops were out in large numbers
- troops were under orders to fire in the air
- uncommitted troops
- upkeep of troops
- victorious troops
- withdrawal of troops from occupied territories

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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