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echelon

See also: échelon

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French échelon, from Old French eschelon (rung of a ladder).Compared with French échelle (ladder),from Old French eschiele (ladder), from Latin scāla (ladder,stairs),from Proto-Indo-European *skand-, also *skend- (“to leap,climb”).

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echelon (plural echelons)

  1. A level or rank in an organization, profession, or society.
  2. (military) A formation of troops, ships, etc. in diagonal parallel rows.

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echelon (third-person singular simple present echelons, present participle echeloning, simple past and past participle echeloned)

  1. To form troops into an echelon.

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