garrison (plural garrisons)Translations
- French: garnison
- German: Standort, Garnison
- Italian: guarnigione, caserma
- Portuguese: guarnição, caserna
- Russian: гарнизо́н
- Spanish: guarnición
garrison (garrisons, present participle garrisoning; past and past participle garrisoned)
- To assign troops to a military post.
- To convert into a military fort.
- To occupy with troops.
- 'Establishing a land bridge through Mariupol to Crimea would take tens of thousands of troops. So would garrisoning eastern Ukraine.', http://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21615605-now-willing-use-russian-troops-more-or-less-openly-eastern-ukraine-vladimir-putin-has
- A village in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.
- A city in Benton County, Iowa.
- An unincorporated community/and/CDP in Lewis County, Kentucky.
- A census-designated place in Baltimore County, Maryland.
- A city in Crow Wing County, Minnesota.
- An unincorporated community in Christian County, Missouri.
- A census-designated place in Powell County, Montana.
- A village in Butler County, Nebraska.
- A hamlet in Putnam County, New York.
- A small city in McLean County, North Dakota.
- A small city in Nacogdoches County, Texas.
- An unincorporated community in Millard County, Utah.