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Date: 1900-2000
Origin: bombardier 'soldier in charge of a gun' (16-20 centuries), from French, from bombarde; BOMBARD

bombardier

noun
     
Related topics: Occupations, Army, Airforce
bom‧bar‧dier [countable]
1PMPBO the person on a military aircraft responsible for dropping bombs
2PMA a low rank in the British army

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