Use the word men to mean "more than one man." If you use the men's bathroom, you'll probably find more than one man there.

The men on a job, like farmhands or factory laborers, make up a workforce, and they can be male or female and still be called men. You might also use this word to mean "members of a team" or "members of a military platoon." Men comes from man, which in the original Old English was completely gender neutral, meaning "human being" or "person," rather than specifically "male person."

Definitions of men

n the force of workers available

hands, manpower, work force, workforce
complement, full complement
number needed to make up a whole force
company, ship's company
crew of a ship including the officers; the whole force or personnel of a ship
Type of:
force, personnel
group of people willing to obey orders

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