Deploy

• (v. t. & i.) To open out; to unfold; to spread out (a body of troops) in such a way that they shall display a wider front and less depth; -- the reverse of ploy; as, to deploy a column of troops into line of battle. • (n.) Alt. of Deployment
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deploy

verb place troops or weapons in battle formation
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deploy

[Verb] To position troops or bring materials to a place ready for action of some kind.
Example: When there was trouble in the town centre with vandals policemen were deployed from another town to help out.
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Deploy

De·ploy' transitive verb & i. [ imperfect & past participle Deployed ; present participle & verbal noun Deploying .] [ French déployer ; prefix dé... = dés (L. dis ) + ployer , equiv. to plier...
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Deploy

Directive for the flight to maneuver to briefed positioning.
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Deploy

The act of sending the email campaign after testing.
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deploy

To open out; to unfold; to spread out (a body of troops) in such a way that they shall display a wider front and less depth; the reverse of ploy; as, to deploy a column of troops into line of battle. ... Origin: F. Deployer; pref. De = des (L. Dis) + ployer, equiv. To plier to fold, fr. L. Plicare. See Ply, and cf. Display. ... Source: Websters Dic...
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deploy

use or distribute systematically or strategically
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deploy

[v] - to distribute systematically or strategically 2. [v] - place troops or weapons in battle formation
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