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repeater in Weapons topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrepeaterre‧peat‧er /rɪˈpiːtə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  technicalPMW a gun that you can fire several times before you have to load it again
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repeaterFour repeaters costing £140 are available for wind and boat speed, wind direction and depth and a multifunction repeater costs £160.In Chicago there were not only many repeaters but many of them were dead.Locate the microwave repeater sites for the route of interest. 2.Demter is the only repeater from the 1996 team.The usual reason repeater technique does not work is that the patient is in a holder.When you shoot the repeater hand gun work out the first shot normally with a strength of 4.The repeater bolt thrower is a solid device which has a toughness value and an equivalent to 3 wounds as shown below.These would be the key single word repeaters.