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Coalition forces will also face new scrutiny over the aggressive use of air power. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I am not saying that we are planning to use British air power anywhere else in the world. The Sun (2014)Nato has devoted huge efforts to limiting its use of air power and the Taleban are keen to be seen as concerned by the issue. Times, Sunday Times (2009)With overwhelming force and air power on the allies' side, the outcome is in little doubt. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They faced a conventional armed force with deadly air power, a navy and soldiers trained by America. The Sun (2012)Most of the fighting is within towns and cities where the narrow streets and crowded buildings make the use of air power very difficult and, often, impossible. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'air power'
British English: air power NOUN
A nation's air power is the strength of its air force.
We will use air power to protect the peacekeepers if necessary.
- American English: air power
- Brazilian Portuguese: potencial aéreo
- Chinese: 空军军力
- European Spanish: potencia aérea
- French: puissance aérienne
- German: Luftstreitkraft
- Italian: forze aeree
- Japanese: 空軍力
- Korean: 공군력
- European Portuguese: potencial aéreo
- Spanish: potencia aérea
Definition of air power from the Collins English Dictionary
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