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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcountermeasurecoun‧ter‧mea‧sure /ˈkaʊntəmeʒə $ -tərmeʒər/ noun [countable usually plural]  PREVENTan action taken to prevent another action from having a harmful effect new countermeasures against terrorism
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countermeasureHe struck a countermeasure that made better sense on every level.During those tests kill vehicles would have to find their targets among an array of decoys and countermeasures.We need better computer models and more reliable climate data before we take any drastic countermeasures. 3.The rising incidence of drunken driving requires drastic countermeasures.The only effective countermeasure to such activities is international inspection of all the nuclear facilities on Earth.The intercontinental B-1B bomber's electronic countermeasure system will never have the full capabilities touted by the Reagan administration.A host of countermeasures have been devised and a few tried, such as exercise bikes and treadmills to which crew members are strapped.Then you dissect the results in order to draw some conclusions for taking countermeasures.So guerrillas against the country will be met with countermeasures.
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