legión

  • 41 legión — {{#}}{{LM L23584}}{{〓}} {{SynL24165}} {{[}}legión{{]}} ‹le·gión› {{《}}▍ s.f.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} {{♂}}En el Ejército,{{♀}} cuerpo de élite formado por soldados profesionales y especialmente adiestrados para actuar como fuerza de choque. {{<}}2{{>}}… …

    Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • 42 legion — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin legion , legio, from legere to gather more at legend Date: 13th century 1. the principal unit of the Roman army comprising 3000 to 6000 foot soldiers with cavalry 2. a large… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 43 Legion — Recorded in many forms which seemingly include: Le Guin. Legahon, Legion, Leggan, Leggan, Legon, Leggon, Leghan, and Leghorn, this is probably an Anglo French surname. It would seem to have at least two possible origins. The first is that it may… …

    Surnames reference

  • 44 Legion — 1. Freiwilligentruppe, Söldnerheer. 2. Armee, Heer, Masse, Menge, Reihe, Schar, Vielzahl; (ugs.): Haufen; (emotional verstärkend): Unmenge; (ugs. emotional verstärkend): Unmasse; (häufig abwertend): Horde. * * * Legion,die:⇨Menge(1) Legion→Menge …

    Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme

  • 45 legion — The Roman army was organized in legions of between 4,000 and 6,000 soldiers; each legion was divided into ten cohorts. When Jesus asked the name of the Gerasene [[➝ Gerasa]] demoniac whom he had cured, he replied ‘Legion’, indicating that he… …

    Dictionary of the Bible

  • 46 legión — (f) (Intermedio) unidad táctica del ejército profesional de una nación Ejemplos: Hay legiones especializadas en el combate cuerpo a cuerpo y otras que prefieren la lucha guerrillera. Ingresó en la Legión Española cuando tenía apenas 18 años.… …

    Español Extremo Basic and Intermediate

  • 47 Legion — Le|gi|on 〈f.; Gen.: , Pl.: en〉 1. röm. Truppeneinheit 2. Name verschiedener Truppen; FremdenLegion 3. unbestimmt große Anzahl, große Menge; ihre Zahl war Legion [Etym.: <lat. legio, eigtl. »auserlesene Mannschaft«; zu legere »lesen,… …

    Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • 48 legion — le|gion1 [ˈli:dʒən] n [Date: 1100 1200; : Old French; Origin: Latin legio, from legere; LEGEND] 1.) a large group of soldiers, especially in ancient Rome 2.) literary a large number of people legion 2 legion2 adj …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 49 legion — 1. noun 1) a military legion Syn: brigade, regiment, battalion, company, troop, division, squadron, squad, platoon, phalanx, unit, force 2) the legions of TV cameras Syn …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 50 legion — /ˈlidʒən / (say leejuhn) noun 1. an infantry brigade in the army of ancient Rome, numbering from 3000 to 6000 soldiers, and usually combined with from 300 to 700 cavalry. 2. one of certain military bodies of modern times, as the Foreign Legion. 3 …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 51 legion — Une Legion contenant 12500. hommes de guerre, ou selon Vegece, six mille, et aucunesfois plus, Legio legionis. Legion qui n est point asseurée ne ferme, Legio vacillans …

    Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • 52 Legion — die Legion, en (Mittelstufe) Heereseinheit in römischer Zeit Beispiele: Die Legion wurde von Kaiser Augustus aufgestellt. Die Legionen des Cäsars haben die Stadt erobert …

    Extremes Deutsch

  • 53 legion — 1. adjective Numerous; vast; very great in number; multitudinous. Russias labor and capital resources are woefully inadequate to overcome the states needs and vulnerabilities, which are legion. 2. noun a) The major unit or division of the ,… …

    Wiktionary

  • 54 LEGION —    among the ancient Romans a body of soldiers consisting of three lines, the hastati, the principes, and the triarii, ranged in order of battle one behind the other, each divided into ten maniples, and the whole numbering from 4000 to 6000 men;… …

    The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • 55 Legion — Le·gi·o̲n die; , en; 1 eine Legion + Gen / von eine sehr große Anzahl von Personen ≈ Menge, Heer 2 hist; die größte Einheit des Heers der alten Römer …

    Langenscheidt Großwörterbuch Deutsch als Fremdsprache

  • 56 legión — s. grupo numeroso de gente. ❙ «Hace legión la gente que es capaz de per der el culo delante de un toro, pero no de mojárselo para coger peces.» Javier Ortiz, El Mundo, 26.6.99 …

    Diccionario del Argot "El Sohez"

  • 57 legion —    A unit of DEMONs. There are 6,666 demons per legion. JOHANN WEYER cataloged demons, listing 72 princes who commanded legions totaling 7,405,926 underlings. The legions are organized in military fashion, with ranks and specific duties assigned… …

    Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology

  • 58 legion — 1 noun (C) 1 a large group of soldiers, especially in ancient Rome 2 literary a large number of people 2 adjective (not before noun) literary very many; numerous: The stories of her adventures were legion …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 59 legionær — le|gi|o|nær sb., en, er, erne (soldat i en legion) …

    Dansk ordbog

  • 60 Legion —    A regiment of the Roman army, the number of men composing which differed at different times. It originally consisted of three thousand men, but in the time of Christ consisted of six thousand, exclusive of horsemen, who were in number a tenth… …

    Easton's Bible Dictionary


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