Commando

All Noun
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  • Combat-ready units are divided into four commando companies of approximately one hundred men.
  • The commandos decided to take care of him after his owner died.
  • Once clear they headed for their assembly area, which was also the commando medical post.
  • The other nine commandos had set out for the rear of the power plant.
  • Instead the player gives the soldiers orders similar to the game Commandos.
  • He asked what would they do if the base was subject to an attack by British Commandos.
  • There was nothing more they could do for the Commandos, so they headed out to sea.
  • Instead of finding our own commandoes here, we found the place occupied by a large British force. Cited from With Steyn and De Wet, by Philip Pienaar
  • The commandos returned without loss, but one man was wounded in the leg.
  • Most, however, changed their minds after a few weeks' rest and returned to their commandoes. Cited from In the Shadow of Death, by P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald
  • However, during the war, he received a serious injury to his arm while taking part in a commando training course.
  • The commandos who entered the power plant discovered that the Germans had left the control room.
  • The building block of the regiment is the six man commando team.
  • Commando-style units are effective against infantry and vehicles, but have no anti-air ability.
  • Relations between the British Imperial troops and the local commandos broke down completely during the war.
  • The vast majority of the commandos were left behind on the island.
  • One submarine, with a small group of commandos on board, would be involved.
  • One rope above another, for feet and hands, may be referred to as a commando bridge.
  • The Court will have no doubt that there were two commandoes there. Cited from In the Shadow of Death, by P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald
  • Before they can figure out their next move, the base comes under attack by the Creature Commandos.
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Synonyms of Commando

Meaning of Commando

  • noun A member of a military unit trained as shock troops for hit-and-run raids
  • noun An amphibious military unit trained for raids into enemy territory