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airborne assault weapon

  • 81 menacing

    threatening to harm:

    a menacing weapon.


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  • 82 missile

    [ˈmɪsaɪl] noun
    1) a weapon or object which is thrown or fired from a gun, bow etc.
    2) a rocket-powered weapon carrying an explosive charge:

    a ground-to-air missile.


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  • 83 nuclear device

    a device or a weapon that contains a nuclear bomb.
    جِهاز نَوَوي

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  • 84 offensive

    1. adjective
    1) insulting:

    offensive remarks.

    هُجومي، مُهين، مُزْعِج
    2) disgusting:

    an offensive smell.

    كَريه، مُقْرِف
    3) used to attack:

    an offensive weapon.

    2. noun
    an attack:

    They launched an offensive against the invading army.

    هُجوم، مُهاجَمَه

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  • 85 plant

    1. noun
    1) anything growing from the ground, having a stem, a root and leaves:

    flowering/tropical plants.

    2) industrial machinery:

    engineering plant.

    آلات صِناعِيَّه
    3) a factory.
    مَعْمَل ، مَصْنَع
    2. verb
    1) to put (something) into the ground so that it will grow:

    We have planted vegetables in the garden.

    يَزْرَع، يَغْرُس
    2) to make (a garden etc); to cause (a garden etc ) to have (plants etc) growing in it:

    We're going to plant an orchard.

    يَزْرَع، يَغْرُس
    3) to place heavily or firmly:

    He planted himself between her and the door.

    يَضَع نَفْسَه بِثِقَل
    4) to put in someone's possession, especially as false evidence:

    He claimed that the police had planted the weapon on his brother.


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  • 86 projectile

    [-taɪl] (American) [-tl] noun
    something that is thrown, usually as a weapon.

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  • 87 shaft

    [ʃaːft] noun
    1) the long straight part or handle of a tool, weapon etc:

    the shaft of a golf-club.

    مِقْبَض خَشَبي طَويل

    The horse stood patiently between the shafts.

    عَريش عَرَبَة الحِصان
    3) a revolving bar transmitting motion in an engine:

    the driving-shaft.

    عَمود الأدارَه
    4) a long, narrow space, made for eg a lift in a building:

    a mineshaft.

    بَيْت المِصْعَد الكَهْرُبائي
    5) a ray of light:

    a shaft of sunlight.

    شُعاع الضّوء

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  • 88 spear

    1. noun
    a type of long-handled weapon, usually with an iron or steel point on the end:

    He was armed with a spear and a round shield.

    رُمْح، حَرْبَه
    2. verb
    to pierce or kill with a spear:

    He went out in a boat and speared some fish.

    يَقْتُل بالرُّمْح أو الحَرْبَه

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  • 89 stab

    [stab] past tense, past participle stabbed
    1. verb
    to wound or pierce with a pointed instrument or weapon:

    He stabbed him (through the heart / in the chest) with a dagger.

    2. noun
    an act of stabbing or a piercing blow.

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  • 90 sword

    [sɔːd] noun
    a weapon with a long blade that is sharp on one or both edges:

    He drew his sword (from its sheath) and killed the man.


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  • 91 استل

    اِسْتَلّ \ draw, drew, drawn: to pull a weapon (sword, knife, gun, etc.) from its case, intending to use it.

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  • 92 أطلق

    أَطْلَقَ \ give off: send out (smoke, smell, etc.): A fire of wet wood gives off a lot of smoke. grow: let grow; not cut: He’s growing his hair. launch: send off (a space machine, a weapon, etc.) into the air. let go: not hold any longer: Hold this rope tight and don’t let go (or let it go or let go of it). Don’t let go the rope till I tell you. let sth. off: allow (smoke, steam, etc.) to escape; fire (sth. explosive): Don’t let off your gun so near the house. \ أَطْلَقَ سَراح \ discharge: let (sb.) go (from hospital, because he is better; from court, because the charge is not proved; etc.). free: let go; make free. let free, let loose: set free or loose: Don’t let your dog loose among the sheep. let sb. off: not to punish; (with with) punish lightly: He let me off because I told the truth. The judge let him off with a severe warning, instead of sending him to prison. release: to set free; unfasten: He was released from prison today. \ أَطْلَقَ صَرْخَةً طويلة حادّة \ squeal: to make a long loud high cry, like a frightened pig. \ أَطْلَقَ صَيْحة أَلَم أو دَهْشَة \ yell: to give a yell. \ أَطْلَقَ النار \ discharge: to fire (a gun). fire: to shoot: They fired (their guns) at the enemy. We could hear the guns firing. \ أَطْلَقَ النار أو السَّهْم \ shoot: to fire, with a gun or a bow; to strike (sb. or sth.) by firing: I shot an arrow into the air. He raised his hands and cried, ‘Don’t shoot!. He shot me in the leg. I shot him dead (I shot him and he died at once).

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  • 93 أقحم

    أَقْحَمَ \ dig, (dug): to force (sth., such as a finger, a tool, a weapon, etc.) deep into (sth. else): He dug his knife into the meat. insert: to put (sth.) into sth.; put (sth.) between two things: Please insert this notice in your newspaper. Insert the key in the lock. Insert my name in the list, between yours and his. shove: to push. thrust: to push suddenly and forcefully: He thrust a letter into my hand. tuck: to push (sth.) into a narrow place (so as to make it firm or neat, or to hide it): Tuck your shirt inside your trousers. I tucked my children into bed (I pushed the coverings tightly around them). \ See Also أدخل (أَدْخَلَ)، أدرج (أَدْرَجَ)‏ \ أَقْحَمَ نَفْسَهُ \ barge: to run into sb. on purpose, and push (esp. in football): He kept barging (into) me. interfere: to push oneself, without invitation, into sth. that is not one’s concern: Tell him to stop interfering in (or with) their plans. intrude: to enter where one is not invited and not welcome: There was a notice on the door that said ‘Private’, as a warning to people not to intrude. \ See Also تطفل (تَطَفَّلَ)، تَدَخَّلَ في

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  • 94 أنشب

    أنْشَبَ \ dig, dug: to force (sth., such as a finger, a tool, a weapon, etc.) deep into (sth. else): He dug his nails into her shoulder.

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  • 95 تعد

    تَعَدٍّ \ aggression, assault. \ See Also اعتداء (اِعتِداء)‏

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  • 96 تهجم

    تهَجُّم \ assault, attack.

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  • 97 جذع

    جِذْع \ body: the main part of a man or animal, without head, arms or legs,. \ جِذْع (العَمُود)‏ \ shaft: a bar or pole (of wood or metal) that forms part of a machine or vehicle or weapon: the shafts of a cart (by which it is drawn); the shaft of a spear (to which the point is fixed). \ جِذْع الشجرة \ trunk: the main stem of a tree. \ جِذْع الشجرة المقطوع \ log: a tree that has been cut in lengths so that it is ready for use: They rolled the logs down to the river.

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  • 98 حربة

    حَرْبَة \ spear: a weapon, with a metal point on a pole. \ حَرْبَة البُنْدُقِيّة \ bayonet: a blade that fixes on the end of a gun.

    Arabic-English dictionary > حربة

  • 99 حسام

    حُسَام \ sword: a soldier’s weapon with a long blade, still used ceremonially.

    Arabic-English dictionary > حسام

  • 100 خنجر

    خِنْجَر \ dagger: a pointed knife used as a weapon.

    Arabic-English dictionary > خنجر

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