English version

gunpoint

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgunpointgun‧point /ˈɡʌnpɔɪnt/ noun   at gunpoint
Examples from the Corpus
gunpointHe and a 12-year-old boy robbed a middle-aged man of £25 at gunpoint in a Leeds park.Half the kids making wheelies on their bikes had very likely acquired those bikes at gunpoint from other kids.Spiked cages surround baroque colonial villas; apartment doors are reinforced and guarded at gunpoint.Read in studio A couple have been robbed at gunpoint on a dream holiday to Disney World.An audience of villagers was summoned at gunpoint.A purse was taken at gunpoint.A gold-and-diamond ring was taken at gunpoint.
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