to create into battalions
- A body of soldiers esp a body of troops or an army in struggle range
- a sizable long number
- an army unit frequently composed of a headquarters and three or higher businesses
- A body of troops; esp. a body of troops or an army in battle variety.
- A regiment, or several companies of a regiment, esp. whenever assembled for drill or fight.
- to create into battalions.
1580s, from center French bataillon (16c.), from Italian battaglione "battle squadron," from diminutive of Vulgar Latin battalia "battle," from Latin bauttere "to beat" (see batter (v.)). Particular feeling of "part of a regiment" is from 1708. Madame, lui roentgen
(n.) A body of soldiers; esp. a body of soldiers or an army in fight variety.
- (n.) A regiment, or two or more businesses of a regiment, esp. whenever put together for drill or fight.
- (v. t.) To form into battalions.
The residence of the political agent and the headquarters of the Bhopal battalion are at Sehore, 20 m.