English translation of 'bombardear'
1. to bomb, bombard
2. (figurative) to bombard
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'bombardear' 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: 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.
Translation of bombardear from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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