(of a group of people) Come or go together or in large numbers
the girls trooped in for dinner
(of a lone person) Walk at a slow or steady pace
Caroline trooped wearily home from work
A group of soldiers, esp. a cavalry unit commanded by a captain, or an airborne unit
Soldiers or armed forces
UN peacekeeping troops
A unit of 18 to 24 Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts organized under a troop leader
A group of people or animals of a particular kind
a troop of musicians
military personnel: soldiers collectively
(troop) a group of soldiers
(troop) parade: march in a procession; "the veterans paraded down the street"
(troop) a cavalry unit corresponding to an infantry company
(troop) move or march as if in a crowd; "They children trooped into the room"
(troop) a unit of Girl or Boy Scouts
(troop) an orderly crowd; "a troop of children"
Troops is a mockumentary film by Kevin Rubio, which made its debut on the Internet in 1997. The film is a parody of COPS, set in the Star Wars universe. ...
A troop is a military unit, originally a small force of cavalry, subordinate to a squadron and headed by the troop leader. A cavalry soldier of private rank is called a trooper (abbreviated Tpr., not to be confused with trouper).
(The Troop) The Troop is a Canadian-American live-action, single camera comedy-adventure television series about a trio of teenagers who fight and capture monsters and other supernatural phenomena that invade the fictional town of Lakewood. ...
(TROOP!) TROOP! is a sketch comedy group of writers and performers in Los Angeles that formed in 1997. The cast includes Kevin Chesley, Jay Dugre, Britt Erickson, Steve Sabellico, Brent Simons, and Bryan Shukoff. TROOP! ...
(TROOP (album)) TROOP is the self-titled first album by new jack swing group Troop, released by Atlantic Records on June 7, 1988.
(Troop (group)) Troop is an R&B group from Pasadena, California. TROOP has had four number one singles and ten top ten singles on the Billboard R&B Charts. They have also completed five albums, which include three certified gold and one certified platinum album. ...
(troop) A collection of people; a company; a number; a multitude; A small unit of cavalry or armour commanded by a captain, corresponding to a platoon or company of infantry; A detachment of soldiers or police, especially horse artillery, armour, or state troopers; Soldiers, military forces ( ...
(TrOOP) True out-of-pocket costs. This is the total amount of payments you make (or qualified individuals make for you) for covered drugs in a year. It includes payments made toward a deductible if you have one. It includes copays or coinsurance. ...
(TROOP) A group of girls who meet regularly to participate in Girl Scout program.
(TrOOP) true out of pocket drug costs; in Part D, drug expenditures that can be counted & credited in calculations to reach the annual $2250 donut hole threshold & its $5100 ceiling, after which patients qualify for catastrophic drug coverage for the rest of that year with very low coinsurance; ...
(Troop) A military organizational unit within a cavalry squadron commanded by a Captain or Lieutenant with a strenth of 20 to 70 men.
(Troop) The unit that conducts Boy Scouting for the chartered organization. Capitalize only when used with the troop number.
(Troop) This word depends on the context and it can mean a single soldier (eg there were over 200 troops deployed), a RAAF term for a junior non-commissioned officer or O.R. (eg "he was a troop before he got his commission). ...
(troop) The name for a section of Scouts. A Scout Troop.
(troop) a group of hundreds or even thousands of fruit-bodies, especially basidiomata, in a few square metres.
TrOOP stands for "true out-of-pocket" costs, as incurred by the member under the plan. TrOOP may consist of member deductibles, coinsurance and/or copayments, and costs incurred while member is in the Coverage Gap Stage.
Woonsocket is a city located in Providence County, Rhode Island. ...
As a plural, it is acceptable, but not troopers. People is best.