Brigade vs Cushoon - What's the difference?

brigade | cushoon |


As nouns the difference between brigade and cushoon

is that brigade is while cushoon is the equivalent of a regiment or brigade in 's army they were formed from four teeps (battalions).

brigade

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • A group of people organized for a common purpose.
  • a work brigade'''; a fire '''brigade
  • (military) Military unit composed of several regiments (or battalions) and including soldiers from different arms of service.
  • (derogatory) A group of people who share views or beliefs.
  • More sympathy for career criminals from the bleeding-heart brigade !

    Usage notes

    * In many countries, a military brigade was traditionally formed from two or more regiments. According to the country and time period, brigade may also designate a much smaller groups of soldiers. A modern US brigade usually consists of three battalions and forms part of a division.

    Verb

    (brigad)
  • To form troops into a brigade
  • Anagrams

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    cushoon

    English

    Alternative forms

    *koshoon

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • The equivalent of a regiment or brigade in 's army. They were formed from four teeps (battalions).