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ammunition in Weapons topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishammunitionam‧mu‧ni‧tion /ˌæmjəˈnɪʃən/ ●○○ noun [uncountable]  1 PMWbullets, shells (shell) etc that are fired from guns2 INFORMATIONinformation that you can use to criticize someone or win an argument against themgive somebody ammunition/provide somebody with ammunition His mistakes provided political opponents with even more ammunition.
Examples from the Corpus
ammunitionPreparations were made, and arms and ammunition were stolen.The charges against Abu Bakr and 113 of his followers included murder, kidnapping and the illegal possession of arms and ammunition.The terrorist group is believed to have significant quantities of guns, ammunition, and explosives.Jeeps, ammunition and food fell silently to the ground.The live ammunition that I experienced was not officially sanctioned as being hazardous enough to be included.The soldiers kept on firing until they had no more ammunition.They had lots of ammunition and lots of desire.Though the Tories are less organised, they still have plenty of ammunition.We now knew that we were trapped, with only a few rounds of ammunition left.