guerrilla

[n] - a member of an irregular armed force that fights a stronger force by sabotage and harassment
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Guerrilla

Member of an irregular - usually politically motivated - armed force that fights against regular forces. An armed force is one which identifies itself through the wearing of a military uniform or distinguishing insignia, such as an armband, to set them apart form the civilian population. Any weapons carried must be displayed openly and not conceale...
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guerrilla

Irregular soldier fighting in a small, unofficial unit, typically against an established or occupying power, and engaging in sabotage, ambush, and the like, rather than pitched battles against an...
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Guerrilla

Guer·ril'la noun [ Spanish , lit., a little war, skirmish, dim. of guerra war, from Old High German werra discord, strife. See War .] 1. An irregular mode of carrying on war, by the constant attacks of independent bands, adopted in the north of Spain during the Peninsular w...
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Guerrilla

• (n.) An irregular mode of carrying on war, by the constant attacks of independent bands, adopted in the north of Spain during the Peninsular war. • (n.) One who carries on, or assists in carrying on, irregular warfare; especially, a member of an independent band engaged in predatory excursions in war time. • (a.) Pertaining to, or ...
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guerrilla

member of an irregular military force fighting small-scale, limited actions, in concert with an overall political-military strategy, against ... [17 related articles]
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Guerrilla

A guerrilla is an irregular soldier fighting in a small unofficial unit, typically against an established or occupying power, and engaging in sabotage, ambush, and the like, rather than pitched battles against an opposing army. The term was first applied to the Spanish and Portuguese peasants who provided resistance to the French occupation during ...
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guerrilla

Irregular soldier fighting in a small, unofficial unit, typically against an established or occupying power, and engaging in sabotage, ambush, and the like, rather than pitched battles against an opposing army. Guerrilla tactics have been used both by resistance armies in wartime (for example, the Vietnam War) and in peacetime by national liberatio...
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