legion 3000 മുതല്‍ 6000 വരെ ആളുകളുള്ള സേനാവിഭാഗം

3000 മുതല്‍ 6000 വരെ ആളുകളുള്ള സേനാവിഭാഗം

legion = 3000 മുതല്‍ 6000 വരെ ആളുകളുള്ള സേനാവിഭാഗം

Pronunciation =  legion

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ലീജിയൻ

legion in Malayalam: 3000 മുതല്‍ 6000 വരെ ആളുകളുള്ള സേനാവിഭാഗം

Part of speechnoun

Definition in English: a division of 3,000–6,000 men, including a complement of cavalry, in the ancient Roman army
great in number 

Definition in Malayalam: പുരാതന റോമൻ സൈന്യം, ഒരു കുതിരപ്പട ഉൾപ്പെടെ 3,000 മുതൽ 6,000 വരെ മനുഷ്യരുടെ ഒരു

Examples in English:

  • She was currently studying a Roman legion.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • അവൾ ഇപ്പോൾ റോമൻ ലീജിയൻ ആണ് പഠിക്കുന്നത്.

Synonyms of legion

Synonyms in Malayalam റെജിമെന്റ്, കമ്പനി, ട്രൂപ്പ്, നിരവധി, അസംഖ്യം
Synonyms in English regiment, company, troop, numerous, countless

Antonyms of legion

Antonyms in Malayalam കുറച്ച്, എണ്ണത്തിൽ
Antonyms in English few, numbered

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