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Noun
The building used as a military post
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“After the conquest, the fort was probably reused as a garrison for Roman troops.”
Noun
A group of troops stationed in a fortress or town to defend it
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“The crack of the murderers' muskets was heard at the fort and excited the vigilance of Captain Zachary Taylor, the commander of the garrison, who was just recovering from an attack of bilious fever.”
Noun
A person whose job it is to keep watch or survey an area
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Verb
To provide (a place) with a group of troops
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“But even if we were to garrison every town and village in the country, we could neither control nor stop this process.”
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To station (troops) in a particular place
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“Consequently, the British decided to garrison the troops in Limassol in the winter.”
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To take control or possession of something or a place
Verb
To provide with sufficient people for operation or defense
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