درع, القوات المدرعة, صفائح معدنية واقية, وقايةدرعمصفح
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Noun(1) a military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles(2) protective covering made of metal and used in combat(3) tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant
Verb(1) equip with armor
(1) Whether or not a musket ball could penetrate armour was dependent on a number of factors, one of which is that firearms in those days did not always fire.(2) There, the infantry and the armour troops had been doing the same task.(3) his armour of self-confidence(4) Will the New Zealand Army be purchasing and fitting extra armour to its light armoured vehicles; if not, why not, and, if so, at what cost?(5) Everyone enters adulthood with a whole lot of emotional armour and they erect walls about them - suspicious and very guarded.(6) Most irritating were the German rocket launchers, which miraculously decimate infantry and armour alike with impunity.(7) There seems no stopping its growth and there appears no chink in the armour of Fred Goodwin, who was named global businessman of the year by Forbes magazine at the end of last year.(8) Mike Tremoglie exposes the distortions in media reports of what Rumsfeld said in Iraq about armour for U.S. military vehicles.(9) Related agnathans with external armour occur widely from the Late Silurian to the Devonian, but they all became extinct before the start of the Carboniferous.(10) infantry, armour, and logistic units(11) If only for the arrogance and self-belief it will armour you with.(12) The bony plates on the armadillos' back serves as protective armour from predators.(13) knights in armour(14) Together with the armour , artillery and infantry, the Royal Engineers form one of the combat elements of the army.(15) No one weapon was predominant, but victory usually went to the side which best combined its infantry, armour , and artillery and enjoyed air superiority.(16) The finds include a shoulder-guard of iron scales held together with bronze wire, and examples of the laminated armour used by legionaries to protect their sword arms.
(1) body armor :: الدروع الواقية للبدن
1. protective covering ::
2. armor plate ::
3. shield ::
4. chain mail ::
5. coat of mail ::
6. panoply ::
7. carapace ::
الذبل درع قرني
Different Formsarmour, armoured, armourer, armourers, armouries, armouring, armours, armoury
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