English translation of 'bombarder'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. (Military) to bomb
bombarder qn de [cailloux, lettres] to bombard sb with
3. (figurative) (= nommer)
bombarder qn directeur to thrust sb into the director’s seat
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Example Sentences Including 'bombarder'
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Il faut bombarder encore plus ", a expliqué l'officier à l'Agence France-Presse.Le Monde (1999)
L'un des premiers, il propose qu'on menace les Japonais plutôt que de bombarder Hiroshima.Actuel
Pour imposer une zone d'exclusion aérienne, nous devrions bombarder des sites de missiles antiaériens, ce qui représenterait une menace pour la vie des civils.Europarl Parallel Corpus
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'bombarder' in Other Languages
British English: bomb /bɒm/ VERB
When a place is bombed, it is attacked with bombs.
Airforce jets bombed the airport.
- American English: bomb
- Arabic: يَنْفَجِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: bombardear
- Chinese: 轰炸
- Croatian: bombardirati
- Czech: bombardovat
- Danish: bombe
- Dutch: bombarderen
- European Spanish: bombardear
- Finnish: pommittaa
- French: bombarder
- German: bombardieren
- Greek: βομβαρδίζω
- Italian: bombardare
- Japanese: 爆撃する
- Korean: ...을 폭격하다
- Norwegian: bombe
- Polish: zbombardować
- European Portuguese: bombardear
- Romanian: a bombarda
- Russian: бомбить
- Spanish: bombardear
- Swedish: bomba
- Thai: ทิ้งระเบิด
- Turkish: bombalamak
- Ukrainian: бомбардувати
- Vietnamese: ném bom
British English: blitz VERB
If a city or building is blitzed during a war, it is attacked by bombs dropped by enemy aircraft.
In the autumn of 1940, London was blitzed by an average of two hundred aircraft a night.
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.
British English: pelt VERB
If you pelt someone with things, you throw things at them.
Some of the younger men began to pelt one another with snowballs.
Translation of bombarder from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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