Noun(1) weapons considered collectively(2) military supplies(3) defensive structure consisting of walls or mounds built around a stronghold to strengthen it
Verb(1) supply with weapons
(1) munition factories(2) We are testing an MLRS rocket in which we have replaced the rocket's individual submunitions with a single explosive munition and have matched it with a guidance system.(3) it never had the defence industry necessary to equip or munition its forces(4) From 1914, he applied them to the war effort, helping to clear production bottlenecks in munition factories.(5) Increased Irish emigration to Britain during the 1940s supplied navvies, nurses, clerks, policemen and munition workers.(6) Dual-purpose, improved conventional munitions were the munition of choice for killing tanks and personnel in the open.(7) The Selectable Lightweight Attack Munition is an Army war reserve modernization munition designed to defeat vehicles and light armored targets.(8) The Japanese navy maximized these characteristics by developing thin-skinned shells, allowing a far greater percentage of the munition 's weight to be made of explosives, which produced a much greater bursting effect.(9) And he took some munitions workers, some women who worked in munition plants in the United States.(10) Using metal scrap and the steel swarf turned out from munition factories, blending in nickel, vanadium and manganese they created the high-speed tool steels that the arms factories were crying out for.(11) Therefore, it should be possible to develop a similar precision munition for rocket artillery.(12) The main line of its improvement should be a rational integration of munition factories and a reduction in their total number through conversion and restructuring.(13) The convoys were carrying arms, munitions and other equipment vital for the Russian Red Army, in their battle against the Nazis.(14) This base will also serve as administrative headquarters and contain warehouses to store munitions .(15) Such systems require specialized support equipment and munitions uncommon in the Air Force.(16) In their civilian jobs, they work for a contractor clearing weapons ranges of unexploded munitions .
(1) munition :: ذخيرة
1. ordnance ::
2. weapons system ::
3. fortification ::
Different Formsmunition, munitioned, munitioning, munitions
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