combat

  1. an engagement fought between two military forces
  2. the act of fighting; any contest or struggle

combat

[n] - an engagement fought between two military forces
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Combat

Artillery C3 system [FR]
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Combat

Com'bat intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Combated ; present participle & verbal noun Combating .] [ French combattre ; prefix com- + battre to beat, from Latin battuere to strike. See Batte...
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Combat

Com'bat transitive verb To fight with; to oppose by force, argument, etc.; to contend against; to resist. « When he the ambitious Norway combated . Shak. » « And combated in silence all these reasons. Milton. » « Minds combat minds,...
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Combat

Com'bat noun [ Confer French combat .] 1. A fight; a contest of violence; a struggle for supremacy. « My courage try by combat , if thou dar'st. Shak. » « The noble combat that 'twixt joy and sorrow was fought in Paulina. Shak. » ...
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combat

armed combat noun an engagement fought between two military forces
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Combat

• (n.) An engagement of no great magnitude; or one in which the parties engaged are not armies. • (v. i.) To struggle or contend, as with an opposing force; to fight. • (v. t.) To fight with; to oppose by force, argument, etc.; to contend against; to resist. • (n.) A fight; a contest of violence; a struggle for supremacy.Combat:...
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Combat

(from the article `Europe, history of`) ...the aim was to inaugurate a new and more just society within nation-states that were pledged to work together for peace. `From Resistance to ... He enjoyed the most influence as a journalist during the final years of the occupation of France and the immediate post-Liberation period. As edi...
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combat

combat 1. To attempt to destroy or to control something considered to be harmful; such as, measures to combat pollution. 2. To resist or to oppose (to beat or to defeat) someone or something actively.
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Combat

Combat or fighting is a purposeful violent conflict meant to weaken, establish dominance over, or kill the opposition, or to drive the opposition away from a location where it is not wanted or needed. The term combat (French for fight) typically refers to armed conflict between opposing military forces in warfare, whereas the more general term `f....
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ComBat

The ComBat was an aluminium cricket bat and the subject of an incident that occurred at the WACA cricket ground in Perth in December 1979. Australia were playing England in the first Test, and were in trouble at the end of the first day, at a score of 232/8 with Dennis Lillee not out. When the second day of play began, Lillee emerged onto the fiel...
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Combat

Combat trousers is a popular name for military trousers with a knee-high pocket on the leg, as worn by soldiers.
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Combat

[Torchwood] == Plot == Jack is chasing a Weevil through the streets of Cardiff. He passes the restaurant where Gwen and her boyfriend, Rhys are having a dinner. Gwen wants to help Jack and after an angered Rhys orders her to stay, she leaves with Jack. The two witness the Weevil being captured by unknown men. Several hours later, Toshiko tr...
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Combat

[newspaper] Combat (French for `fight`) was a French newspaper created during the Second World War. Originally a clandestine newspaper of the Resistance, it was headed by Albert Ollivier, Jean Bloch-Michel, Georges Altschuler and, most of all, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre, André Malraux, Emmanuel Mounier, and then Raymond Aron and Pierre...
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Combat

[juggling] Combat or gladiator is a competitive juggling game played by jugglers where each, `juggler tries to knock [each] opponent`s balls while somehow maintaining [their] own pattern.` In its most typical form, a number of players juggle three clubs each, attempting to interfere with other players` juggling, with the winner being the la...
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Combat

[military rank] Combat or Kombat (комбат, `kombat`), abbreviated from Командир батальона (`Commander of a battalion`) was a military rank in the Red Army until the end of the 1930s. At that time it was roughly equivalent to the rank of Captain. ...
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Combat

[arcade game] Combat was an Exidy shooting gallery arcade game released in 1985. In this war themed shooting game, the player had to protect his/her army in combat in a variety of combat theatres. Using the light gun, the player protected troops, tanks, and airplanes from attackers while destroying various enemy structures that must be demo...
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Combat

[French Resistance] Combat was a large movement in the French Resistance created in the non-occupied zone of France during the Second World War (1939-1945). Combat was one of the eight great resistance movements which constituted the Conseil national de la Résistance. == Combat`s development == Combat, also known under its former name Mouv...
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Combat

[disambiguation] Combat is purposeful violent conflict. Combat may also refer to: Military: Entertainment: Other uses: ...
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Combat

[video game] Combat is an early video game by Atari, Inc. for the Atari 2600. It was released as one of the nine launch titles for the system in September 1977, and was included in the box with the system from its introduction until 1982. Combat was based on two earlier black-and-white coin-operated arcade games produced by Atari: Tank (pub...
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combat

A fight [or] struggle, as between two persons, teams, or ideas (from dictonary.com)
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Combat

[horse] Combat (1944–1967) was an undefeated British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. Despite winning all nine of his reces, his career was largely overshadowed by that of his more celebrated stablemate Tudor Minstrel. He won all four of his races as a two-year-old in 1946 and all five in the following year including the Blue Riband Trial...
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