method of winning or getting advantage in war, game, business, etc
to protest means to say that some action, decision, policy, etc. is wrong (unfair, unjust, harmful etc); street protesters are people who go into the streets to publicly protest the actions and policies of their government
a riot is violent behavior by a large group of people usually in a city and usually leading to property damage and injuries; it often involves fighting with police or soldiers who are trying to end the riot. Gear is clothing or equipment used for some special activity.
a line of police, soldiers, security guards, etc. preventing people from entering or leaving an area. A verb, cordon off, is also commonly used for the practice of putting a rope, or yellow tape, around an area to keep people out or in.
a special arrangement of soldiers, war planes, etc. that is maintained as they move. E.g. The planes flew by in formation.
make a loud noise by hitting something
flat object made of wood or metal that fits on a soldier’s arm for protection in battle
make a pig-like sound
by force, i.e. violently.
a small “club” (long, thin object for hitting people) used by police
respond aggressively to an attack. E.g. if someone hits you and you hit them back, you’re retaliating
violently, i.e. the police officers who do this aren’t worrying about whether or not they’re going to hurt the person
if you suspect someone, you think they have done something wrong
commit a crime:
do something “criminal” (A crime is something that is against the law, i.e. illegal; “criminal” is the adjective form and also the noun form (a person who commits a crime is a “criminal.”)
“train” means to teach someone how to do something (rather than how to understand it)
“military” is the adjective for things connected with war, armies, etc. “Look” here is a noun meaning “appearance”
fits in well with:
goes with, suits, is appropriate to