Definition of 'air raid'
Example sentences containing 'air raid'
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"They were dining in a restaurant immediately south of Leicester Square and so far the evening had been air raid free. IN LOVE AND WAR (1993)`When there's no air raid, when the sun is shining, the Grunewald can almost persuade one there are other things than war. IN LOVE AND WAR (1993)The poor fellow was slightly wounded in an air raid yesterday, and arrived here by train feeling rather the worse for wear. IN LOVE AND WAR (1993)
Trends of 'air raid'
Used Occasionally. air raid is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'air raid'
British English: air raid NOUN
An air raid is an attack by military aircraft in which bombs are dropped.
The war began with overnight air raids.
Definition of air raid from the Collins English Dictionary
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