英 [‘ɑːmi] 美 [‘ɑːrmi] n. 军队；陆军；一大批
army 义务阶段1500 全国卷频次:17
n. armies 1
So he decided to join the army.
When I was in the army I received an intelligence test that all soldiers took.
In 1963, after his army service, Shu entered a medical school.
Minor joined the army of volunteers sending words and quotations to Murray.
Few of us are asked to make great decisions about nations going to war or armies going to battle.
red army n. 红军
in the army 在陆军中
join the army 参军
army group 集团军群
salvation army [基督]救世军
army man 军人
field army n. 野战军
standing army 常备军；现役部队
united states army 美国陆军
regular army 正规军；常备军
army base 陆军基地
serve in the army 服兵役
army day 中国人民解放军建军节
continental army [美国历史]大陆军
general of the army （美）陆军五星上将
irish republican army 爱尔兰共和军
軍隊,陸軍,軍;大群,大批On the far farm the army’s arms are kept warm by a swarm of bees.在遠方的農場上,陸軍的武器被一群蜜蜂保暖.
1. [C + sing. / pl. v.] a large organized group of soldiers who are trained to fight on land
The two opposing armies faced each other across the battlefield.
2. the army [sing. + sing. / pl. v.] the part of a country’s armed forces that fights on land
Her husband is in the army.
After leaving school, Mike went into the army.
an army officer
3. [C + sing. / pl. v.] a large number of people or things, especially when they are organized in some way or involved in a particular activity
an army of advisers / volunteers
An army of ants marched across the path.
1 the army the part of a country’s military force that is trained to fight on land in a war 〔一国的〕陆军
The army are helping to clear up after the floods.
an army officer
Army units launched attacks on bases near Jounieh port.
He joined the army when he was 17.
in the army
Both my sons are in the army.
2 [countable] a large organized group of people trained to fight on land in a war 陆军部队
Rebel armies have taken control of the radio station.
raise an army (=collect together and organize an army to fight a battle) 组建陆军部队
The Slovenians say they can raise an army of 20,000 men.
3 [countable] a large number of people involved in the same activity 大批，大群
The village hall is maintained by an army of volunteers.
Origin army (1300-1400) Old French armee, from Medieval Latin armata; → ARMADA
1.N-COUNT-COLL 可数集合名词陆军;陆军部队 An army is a large organized group of people who are armed and trained to fight on land in a war. Most armies are organized and controlled by governments.
After returning from France, he joined the army…
The army is about to launch a major offensive.
…a top-ranking army officer.
2.N-COUNT-COLL 可数集合名词大批;大群 An army of people, animals, or things is a large number of them, especially when they are regarded as a force of some kind.
【搭配模式】：N of n
…data collected by an army of volunteers.
…armies of shoppers looking for bargains.
…the army of television cameras outside his house.
plural armies [count] 1
a : a large group of soldiers organized to fight battles on land陆上作战军队；陆军部队
the armies of Alexander the Great
raise an army
b : the part of a country’s military forces that includes soldiers who are trained to fight on land陆军
He left home and joined the army after he graduated from high school.
— usually capitalized when a specific army is being referred to专指某一支军队时通常首字母大写
the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines
She’s in the British Army.
— often used before another noun常用于另一名词前
: a large number of people or things that are involved in some activity together大群；大批；大军
The company employs an army of lawyers to handle its legal affairs.
They sent in a whole army of trained technicians.
an army of ants
The organization was founded by a dedicated army of volunteers.
— see also salvation army