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deploy definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to put (troops) in ability for combat, because along a front or range.
    • To bring (forces or product) into action.
    • To base (a weapons system) on the go.
    • To distribute (people or forces) systematically or strategically.
    • To put into use or action: "Samuel Beckett's buddies suspected which he had been a genius, however no one knew . . . how his abilities is deployed” ( Richard Ellmann).
    • To place (individuals or any other sources) into a situation to be able to be ready to to use it or use.
    • To position (soldiers) in preparedness for fight, as along a front or line.
    • to create (causes or product) into action.
    • To base (a-weapons system) in the field.
    • To distribute (people or forces) systematically or strategically.
    • To put into use or activity: "Samuel Beckett's friends suspected which he had been a genius, yet no-one knew . . . how their capabilities would be deployed” ( Richard Ellmann).
    • To place (people or any other sources) into a posture to be able to prepare yourself to for action or usage.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • becoming or be implemented.
    • become or become implemented.
  • verb:
    • to organize and organize (usually military device or units) for use.
    • To unfold, available, or otherwise come to be prepared to be used.
    • to install, make sure apply a computer system or application.
    • To open away; to unfold; to spread-out (a body of soldiers) in such a way they shall show a wider front and less depth; -- the reverse of ploy.
    • to distribute systematically or strategically
    • destination troops or tools in battle formation
    • to get ready and arrange (usually army unit or devices) for use.
    • To unfold, available, or elsewhere be prepared to be used.
    • to put in, test and implement a computer system or application.
    • to open up on; to unfold; to spread-out (a body of soldiers) so they shall display a wider front side much less depth; -- the opposite of ploy.
    • to distribute systematically or strategically
    • location troops or tools in struggle formation
  • noun:
    • implementation
    • The act of deploying; a spreading away from a body of men in order to expand their front.
    • Milit., the development or opening away from a body of troops formerly compacted into a column, so as to provide a far more extensive front side.
    • deployment
    • The act of deploying; a spreading from a body of men in order to increase their front side.
    • Milit., the development or starting from a body of troops formerly compacted into a column, so as to present a far more extensive front.
  • others:
    • Milit., to grow; display; extend in a line of little depth, as a division or a battalion which was formerly created in a single or more articles.
    • Milit., to start on; extend; move in order to develop an even more extended front or line: as, the regiment implemented to the right.
    • To spread-out, as lower end of a valley glacier which runs on a plain.
    • Milit., to expand; screen; extend in a line of small level, as a division or a battalion which was formerly formed in one single or more columns.
    • Milit., to start aside; expand; move to be able to develop an even more extended front or line: as, the regiment deployed to the right.
    • To spread out, due to the fact entry level of a valley glacier which extends from an ordinary.
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