English translation of 'bombardement'
Example Sentences Including 'bombardement'
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A cause du bombardement nous ne pouvons pas nous approcher d'elles ".Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
C'est un bombardement incessant, lance Kersauson, un pilonnage.Carnets d'aventures, Spécial, 2/1989
Nous avons assisté à deux batailles puis au bombardement de Sedan.Les moulins à nuages
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'bombardement' in Other Languages
British English: bombing /ˈbɒmɪŋ/ NOUN
Bombing is the action of attacking a place with bombs.
...the bombing of the building.
- American English: bombing
- Arabic: اِنْفِجار
- Brazilian Portuguese: bombardeio
- Chinese: 轰炸
- Croatian: bombardiranje
- Czech: bombardování
- Danish: bombning
- Dutch: bombardement
- European Spanish: bombardeo
- Finnish: pommitus
- French: bombardement
- German: Bombardierung
- Greek: βομβαρδισμός
- Italian: bombardamento
- Japanese: 爆撃
- Korean: 폭격
- Norwegian: bombetokt
- Polish: bombardowanie
- European Portuguese: bombardeio
- Romanian: bombardament
- Russian: бомбежка
- Spanish: bombardeo
- Swedish: bombning
- Thai: การทิ้งระเบิด
- Turkish: bombalama
- Ukrainian: бомбардування
- Vietnamese: việc ném bom
British English: bombardment NOUN
A bombardment is a strong and continuous attack of gunfire or bombing.
The city has been flattened by heavy artillery bombardments.
Translation of bombardement from the Collins French to English
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