English version

grenade

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Weapons
grenadegre‧nade /ɡrəˈneɪd/ noun [countable]  PMWa small bomb that can be thrown by hand or fired from a gun a hand grenade
Examples from the Corpus
grenadeTense soldiers detonated concussion grenades in an effort to disperse the crowds.My idea of checking out a tunnel is throwing a hand grenade down it.Only in horseshoes, hand grenades and presidential elections is close good enough.They had detonated sticks of dynamite, and topped off the attack with a flurry of grenades.Pick four men, send two to each side of the enemy position with a couple of Stens and some grenades.Stephen reached down to his belt for the grenades.A bomb disposal team made the grenade safe.I pulled the pin out of the grenade.
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