στρατιά

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

στρᾰτός (stratós, army) +‎ -ῐ́ᾱ (-íā)

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Noun[edit]

στρᾰτῐᾱ́ (stratiā́f (genitive στρᾰτῐᾶς); first declension

  1. army
  2. host, company, band
  3. expedition
    Synonym: στρᾰτείᾱ (strateíā)

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στρατιά (stratiáf (plural στρατιές)

  1. (military) army (especially a very large one)
    οι στρατιές του Χίτλερ απειλούσαν την Ευρώπη.
    oi stratiés tou Chítler apeiloúsan tin Evrópi.
    Hitler's armies threatened Europe.
    ο διοικητής της Πρώτης Στρατιάς ...
    o dioikitís tis Prótis Stratiás ...
    The commanding General of the First Army ...
  2. (figuratively) army, a large mass people
    Mια στρατιά εργατών ...
    Mia stratiá ergatón ...
    An army of labourers ...

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