动词过去式:regimented 过去分词:regimented 现在分词:regimenting 第三人称单数:regiments 名词:regimentation 副词:regimentally 形容词:regimental
(a) (artillery and armour) unit divided into batteries or squadrons （炮兵的和装甲兵的）团
*an attack by three tank regiments 以三个坦克团的进攻.
(b) (British infantry) unit, usu based on a city or county, and represented in the field by battalions （英国步兵的）团队（以营编制的作战单位, 通常为从一市或一郡中徵集的）
*the 1st battalion of the Lancashire Regiment 兰开夏郡团队第1营
* enlist in a crack (ie outstanding) infantry regiment 加入赫赫有名的团队.
2 [CGp] ~ of sth/sb (fig 比喻) large number of things or people 大量的物或人
*a whole regiment of volunteers 大批志愿者.
v [Tn esp passive 尤用于被动语态] (esp derog 尤作贬义) force strict discipline on (sb/sth); organize rigidly into groups, patterns, etc 严格地管制（某人[某事物]）; 严密地编组、编队等
*regimented school outings 控制极严的校外远足活动
* tourists regimented into large parties for sightseeing 编成大组进行观光的游客.
1. Three survivors told us in detail how the regiment was annihilated by the enemy . 三个生还者详细地告诉了我们军团是如何被敌人消灭的。
2. As he hated army life, he decided to desert his regiment. 他讨厌军旅生活，决定逃离所在部队。
3. You can find a whole regiment of birds on the island. 在那个小岛上你可以看到成群的鸟。
4. Churchill had no fears; the British Embassy, which was nearby, was guarded by a regiment of Sikhs. 丘吉尔没什么可担心的；附近的英国大使馆由一团印度锡克族士兵守卫着。