English version

war memorial

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Military, Death
war memorialˈwar meˌmorial noun [countable]  PMMXa monument in memory of the people who were killed in a war
Examples from the Corpus
war memorialIt had been commissioned by students and was situated near the official war memorial on Hewitt Plaza.The heavy plaque was stolen from the war memorial in King's Gardens, Bootle, four weeks ago.We had staked out the war memorial where the secret meeting was destined to occur.A Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament banner was unfurled and carried round the war memorial before one of those carrying it was arrested.Charles and Diana did not speak as they climbed into their limousine to drive to the war memorial.The village band, all discordant trumpetings and squeaks, led the congregation in procession to the war memorial.For many years his family thought he was dead, and his name was only recently removed from the village war memorial.
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