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Боеприпасы



    Ammo, английский
    1. Ammunition

    2. Army mobile missile operation


    Ammunition, шведский

    Ammunition, английский
    1. Боеприпасы

    2. This word had an infinite variety of meanings. it includes every description of warlike stores, comprehending not only the ordnance, but the powder, balls, bullets, cartridges, and equipments.—ammunition bread, that which is for the supply of armies or garrisons.—ammunition chest, a box placed abaft near the stern or in the tops of men-of-war, to contain ammunition, for the arms therein placed, in readiness for immediate action.—ammunition shoes, those made for soldiers and sailors, and particularly for use by those frequenting the magazine, being soft and free from metal.—ammunition waggon, a close cart for conveying military effects.—ammunition wife, a name applied to women of doubtful character.

    3. The explosive and propellant components of military projectiles, including bullets, bombs, cartridges, fuses, grenades, mines, missiles, powder, primers, pyrotechnics, rockets, shot, shrapnel, and the like.


    Cephane, турецкий

    Muhimmat, турецкий



    Ammunition, английский
    1. Боеприпасы

    2. This word had an infinite variety of meanings. it includes every description of warlike stores, comprehending not only the ordnance, but the powder, balls, bullets, cartridges, and equipments.—ammunition bread, that which is for the supply of armies or garrisons.—ammunition chest, a box placed abaft near the stern or in the tops of men-of-war, to contain ammunition, for the arms therein placed, in readiness for immediate action.—ammunition shoes, those made for soldiers and sailors, and particularly for use by those frequenting the magazine, being soft and free from metal.—ammunition waggon, a close cart for conveying military effects.—ammunition wife, a name applied to women of doubtful character.

    3. The explosive and propellant components of military projectiles, including bullets, bombs, cartridges, fuses, grenades, mines, missiles, powder, primers, pyrotechnics, rockets, shot, shrapnel, and the like.


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