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Definition of "squads" []

  • The smallest military formation, typically comprising a dozen soldiers, used esp as a drill formation (noun)
  • Any small group of people engaged in a common pursuit (noun)
  • A number of players from which a team is to be selected (noun)
  • Plural form of squad. (noun)

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Use "squads" in a sentence
  • "Are you organized in squads, platoons, or do you have some other form of organization?"
  • "Bloodshed between death squads from the two rival Islamic sects brought Iraq to the brink of civil war before a U.S. troop buildup in 2008 helped rout the extremists from both sides."
  • "Japan, Mexico and Venezuela also usually field standout squads from the eight-team international bracket."