What Does Allies Mean?


The word ally refers to an associate who gives assistance to someone or one who offers cooperation towards something or someone. This term can also be used to refer to something that is friendly, for instance a friendly nation.
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[al-ahyz, uh-lahyz]
plural of ally
(initial capital letter) (in World War I) the powers of the Triple Entente (Great Britain, France, Russia), with the nations allied with them (Belgium, Serbia, Japan, Italy, etc., not including the United States), or, loosely, with all the nations (including the United States) allied or associated with them as opposed to the Central Powers.
(initial capital letter) the 26 nations that fought against the Axis in World War II and, with subsequent additions, signed the charter of the United Nations in San Francisco in 1945.
(initial capital letter) the member nations of NATO.
Source: Dictionary.com
The word 'allies' refers to a coalition or alliance of individuals, organizations, or countries, who come together and support each other to achieve their goals. In the second World War, this word refers to the countries that fought against the Axis powers, and included the countries of France, Britain, and the US.
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