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She was bombarded with abusive messages on social media. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In recent years, he was touched to be bombarded with offers of work from modern comedians. The Sun (2016)Bankers are being being bombarded with messages asking them to consider moving some or all of their business to a new home safely within the eurozone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We told how he is regularly bombarded with demands for signed photographs from admirers. The Sun (2014)No wonder we are constantly bombarded with instant credit offers! Say Goodbye to Debt (1994)She is also bombarded by telephone conmen. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Consumers are bombarded with offers to check up on their scores and to improve them. Times, Sunday Times (2006)No doubt that address was bombarded with messages yesterday. The Sun (2012)Some poor nipper would be bombarded with questions. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But after his plight hit the headlines the father of four was bombarded with job offers. The Sun (2012)In recent years we have been bombarded with messages about the importance of healthy eating. The Sun (2014)Ads constantly bombard us with the notion that we will be irresistible if we purchase the product being promoted. Christianity Today (2000)We are constantly bombarded by it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He was then bombarded with criticism from Twitter users. The Sun (2012) Artillery bombarded rescue workers in the aftermath of the strike, the aid group added. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Fellow soldiers yesterday bombarded army chatrooms to talk about the send-off. The Sun (2008)An obscure fishing village on an offshore island suddenly bombarded by artillery shells on a quiet Tuesday afternoon. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Health charities have been bombarded recently with criticism for their close links with the world of commerce, particularly the pharmaceutical industry. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The French artillery is bombarding the Allied positions. A Model Victory (2005)
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Translations for 'bombard'
British English: bombard VERB
If you bombard someone with something, you make them face a great deal of it.
He bombarded her with questions to which he should have known the answers.
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