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1. A military unit of ground troops consisting of at least two battalions, usually commanded by a colonel.
2. A large group of people.
tr.v. (rĕj′ə-mĕnt′) reg·i·ment·ed, reg·i·ment·ing, reg·i·ments
1. To form (troops) into a regiment or regiments.
2. To put (things) into systematic order.
3. To subject (people) to strict control and rigid order.

[Middle English, government, rule, from Old French, from Late Latin regimentum, rule, from Latin regere, to rule; see reg- in Indo-European roots.]

reg′i·men′tal (-mĕn′tl) adj.
reg′i·men′tal·ly adv.
reg′i·men·ta′tion n.


(ˌrɛdʒ əˈmɛn tl)

1. of or pertaining to a regiment.
2. regimentals, the uniform of a regiment.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.regimental - belonging to or concerning a regiment; "regimental units"
نِسْبَة إلى الفِرْقَه
alaya aitsıkı disiplinli


A. ADJ (Mil) → de regimiento (fig) → militar
regimental sergeant majorbrigada m de regimiento
with regimental precisioncon precisión militar
B. NPL regimentals (Mil) → uniforme msing


[ˌrɛdʒɪˈmɛntəl] adj [colours, flag] → régimentaire; [headquarters] → régimentaire; [officer, sergeant] → du régiment


adj (Mil) → Regiments-; regimental commanderRegimentskommandeur m
n regimentals pl (Mil) → Uniform f; (of a particular regiment)Regimentsuniform f


[ˌrɛdʒɪˈmɛntl] adjreggimentale


(ˈredʒimənt) noun
a body of soldiers commanded by a colonel.
(-ment) verb
to organize or control (people) very strictly. Children in schools are no longer regimented as they used to be.
ˌregimenˈtation noun
ˌregiˈmental (-ˈmen-) adjective
of a regiment.
References in classic literature ?
Though the words of the order were not clear to the regimental commander, and the question arose whether the troops were to be in marching order or not, it was decided at a consultation between the battalion commanders to present the regiment in parade order, on the principle that it is always better to "bow too low than not bow low enough.
On hearing this the regimental commander hung his head, silently shrugged his shoulders, and spread out his arms with a choleric gesture.
You'll see men all round you going into the Staff Corps, and doing every possible sort of duty but regimental, and you may be tempted to follow suit.
More than once, too, he came officially into contact with the Regimental colours, which looked like the lining of a bricklayer's hat on the end of a chewed stick.
Life is pleasant for a man who has a mother in New York to send him two hundred pounds a year over and above his regimental pay.
Although all Vronsky's inner life was absorbed in his passion, his external life unalterably and inevitably followed along the old accustomed lines of his social and regimental ties and interests.
The regimental guards were first doubled and then trebled.
It was no more than an ordinary camp marking- flag; but the regiment, always punctilious in matters of millinery, had charged it with the regimental device, the Red Bull, which is the crest of the Mavericks - the great Red Bull on a background of Irish green.
As he noted the vicious, wolflike temper of his comrades he had a sweet thought that if the enemy was about to swallow the regimental broom as a large prisoner, it could at least have the consolation of going down with bristles for- ward.
Bingley's large fortune, the mention of which gave animation to their mother, was worthless in their eyes when opposed to the regimentals of an ensign.
The officers' regimentals, resplendent with gold lace and embroidery as if purposely calculated to dazzle the islanders, looked as if just unpacked from their Parisian cases.
It was a spectacle to stir the dullest soul when this gallant band marched out of the yard in full regimentals, with Captain Dove a solemn, big-headed boy of eleven issuing his orders with the gravity of a general, and his Falstaffian regiment obeying them with more docility than skill.

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