Definition of 'armoured'
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An armoured police vehicle and paramedics rushed to the scene after being told a woman was not breathing. The Sun (2016)He ticks off the armoured vehicles captured and destroyed and outlines the group's tactics. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Like me, he was stuck behind police lines watching columns of armoured vehicles rumble towards the scene of the shootings. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He had twice been riding in an armoured vehicle that struck an improvised explosive device, and was injured once in friendly fire. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The Peshmerga provide him with cigarettes, food and space to sleep in an armoured vehicle. The Sun (2016)They had to be conveyed to the stadium in an armoured car. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Officers used armoured cars and fired tear gas. The Sun (2014)Operations require a range of armoured vehicles. The Sun (2011)Your home is your fortress, and your car your armoured vehicle. Times, Sunday Times (2006)His dad robbed an armoured car from outside a bank, he said. The Sun (2012)He was recounting how he had ambushed a column of armoured vehicles, killing dozens of soldiers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He also had a 1million fleet of armoured vehicles. The Sun (2016)Armoured cars were brought in. The Sun (2012)A gang of bank robbers come up with a plan for a lucrative armoured car robbery, but a determined police officer is closing in on them. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'armoured'
British English: armoured ADJECTIVE
Armoured vehicles are fitted with a hard metal covering in order to protect them from gunfire and other missiles.
There were armoured vehicles on the city streets.
Definition of armoured from the Collins English Dictionary
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