English version

bazooka

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Weapons
bazookaba‧zoo‧ka /bəˈzuːkə/ noun [countable]  PMWa long light gun that rests on your shoulder and is used for shooting at tanks
Examples from the Corpus
bazookaSomebody up there had employed a bazooka.What was the point of owning a bazooka if the law made you hunt with a bow and arrow?I threw my gun away, and pulled a bazooka out of the air.He raised his bazooka and took his stance.She'd bring her own bazookas.So, when you held it, it looked like a toy bazooka.It does matter that children don't leave a drama lesson believing that Cromwell's army used bazookas and machine guns!A commando unit, wearing black jerseys, gloves and skull-caps, armed with bazookas, marched past.
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