a hollow projectile containing explosive, incendiary, or other destructive substanceThere were two bomb explosions in the city overnight.
explosive, , ,
A large quantity of arms and explosives was seized.
the whistling screech of an enemy shell
rocket, , , ,
There has been a rocket attack on the capital.
an enormous artillery gun used to fire a huge projectile
to attack with a bomb or bombsAirforce jets bombed the city at night.
The building was completely destroyed.
The rebels shelled the densely-populated suburbs near the port.
The explosion blasted out the external supporting wall.
Rebel artillery units have regularly bombarded the airport.
open fire on, ,
See bomb something out
See the bomb
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in the sense of blast
to blow up (a rock, tunnel, etc.) with explosivesThe explosion blasted out the external supporting wall.
in the sense of bombard
to attack with concentrated artillery fire or bombsRebel artillery units have regularly bombarded the airport.
in the sense of destroy
to ruinThe building was completely destroyed.
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