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Taser (ˈteɪzə Pronunciation for Taser   (sometimes not capital)



  1. ® a weapon that fires electrical probes that give an electric shock, causing temporary paralysis


  1. (transitive) to stun (someone) with a taser

Example Sentences Including 'Taser'

Even so, not all policemen are impressed by the Taser , including Lieutenant J. D. Bettes, of the Garland police department in Texas.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
Finally, electrocution and music can go hand in hand with the new tactical Taser iProd attachment.
Maxim (2005)
Police Association assistant secretary Inspector Graham Kent said an electric shock Taser stun gun could have prevented the death.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2004)
The Taser guns -- being tested by five Forces -- use a minute 0.0036amps to ensure they are safe to use.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
There is no consensus among police forces about when the Taser should be used.
canada.com (2004)


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