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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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troopshiptroop‧ship /ˈtruːpˌʃɪp/ noun [countable]  TTWa ship used for moving soldiers
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troopshipLost a troopship, all the crew and all the auxiliaries except us.He was on duty when his wife-to-be left her military hospital and was put on a troopship for home.Of course it was impossible to board a returning troopship without papers.While we were concentrating on the troopship and the fighting on the planet.The troopship which had taken him to war.
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