English translation of 'munitions'
Example Sentences Including 'munitions'
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A leur tour, ils descendent vers le Pakistan chercher des munitions.Carnets d'aventures, Spécial, 2/1989
Des quantités impressionnantes de munitions sont stockées à différents endroits.Le Monde (1999)
On supposait qu'il allait aborder l'avenir avec des munitions.Le Monde (2000)
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'munitions' in Other Languages
British English: ammunition /ˌæmjʊˈnɪʃən/ NOUN
Ammunition consists of bullets and rockets that are made to be fired from guns.
He had only seven rounds of ammunition.
- American English: ammunition
- Arabic: ذَخِيرة
- Brazilian Portuguese: munição
- Chinese: 弹药
- Croatian: municija
- Czech: střelivo
- Danish: ammunition
- Dutch: munitie
- European Spanish: munición
- Finnish: ammukset
- French: munitions
- German: Munition
- Greek: πυρομαχικά
- Italian: munizioni
- Japanese: 弾薬
- Korean: 탄약
- Norwegian: ammunisjon
- Polish: amunicja
- European Portuguese: munição
- Romanian: muniție
- Russian: боеприпасы
- Spanish: munición
- Swedish: ammunition
- Thai: อาวุธยุทธภัณฑ์
- Turkish: cephane
- Ukrainian: патрони
- Vietnamese: đạn dược
British English: munitions NOUN
Munitions are military equipment and supplies, especially bombs, shells, and guns.
...the shortage of men and munitions.
Translation of munitions from the Collins French to English
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