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weapon
[UK: wepən]
weapon carried by soldiers
[UK: wepən kærid biː souldiz]
weapon designed for protection
[UK: wepən dizaind fər prətekʃən]
weapon development
[UK: wepən diveləpmənt]
weapon made of steel
[UK: wepən meid ɔf stiːl]
weapon of mass destruction
[UK: wepən ɔf mæs distrʌkʃən]
weapon stand
[UK: wepən stænd]
weapon supporting device
[UK: wepən səpɔːtiŋæktər divais]
weapon that is not licensed
[UK: wepən ðæt izæbsənt nout laisnst]
weapon which causes widespread destruction
[UK: wepən witʃ kɔːziz waidspred distrʌkʃən]
weapond
[UK: wepɔnd]
weaponless
[UK: wepənləs]
weaponries
[UK: wepɔnriz]
weapons dealer
[UK: wepənz diːlər]
weapons delivery
[UK: wepənz dilivəriː]
weapons development authority
[UK: wepənz diveləpmənt ɔːθɔritiː]
weapons export
[UK: wepənz ekspɔːt]
weapons inspector
[UK: wepənz inspektər]
weapons of wholesale destruction
[UK: wepənz ɔf houlseil distrʌkʃən]
weapons plant
[UK: wepənz plɑːnt]
weapons reduction
[UK: wepənz ridʌkʃən]
weapons storehouse
[UK: wepənz stɔːhaus]
weapons technology
[UK: wepənz teknɔlədʒiː]
weapons used for attack purposes
[UK: wepənz juːzd fər ətæk pʌpouziz]
automatic weapon
[UK: ɔːtəmætik wepən]
ballistic weapon
[UK: bəlistikɑːliː wepən]
club used as a weapon
[UK: klʌb juːzd əz ə wepən]
cutting weapon
[UK: kʌtiŋæŋgl wepən]
deadly weapon
[UK: dedliː wepən]
defensive weapon
[UK: difensiv wepən]
equipped with a light weapon
[UK: ikwipt wið ə lait wepən]
expert marksman with a weapon
[UK: ekspəːt mɑːksmən wið ə wepən]
fire a weapon
[UK: faiər ə wepən]
firing a weapon
[UK: faiəriŋ ə wepən]
hand weapon
[UK: hænd wepən]
hold a weapon
[UK: hænd wepən]
illegal weapon
[UK: iliːgl wepən]
lethal weapon
[UK: liːθl wepən]
license to carry a weapon
[UK: əmlaisns tou kæriː ə wepən]
lower a weapon
[UK: louər ə wepən]
nuclear weapon
[UK: njuːkliər wepən]
order to fire a weapon
[UK: njuːkliər wepən]
personal weapon
[UK: pəːsənl wepən]
pierce with a pointed weapon
[UK: pəːsənl wepən]
practice weapon
[UK: præktis wepən]
projectiles shot from a weapon
[UK: prədʒektailz ʃɔt frɔm ə wepən]
raise a weapon
[UK: reizəm ə wepən]
retaliation weapon
[UK: ritælieiʃən wepən]
secret weapon
[UK: siːkrit wepən]
shoulder a weapon
[UK: ʃouldər ə wepən]
stabbing weapon
[UK: stæbiŋ wepən]
the murder weapon
[UK: ðiː məːdər wepən]
thief carrying a weapon
[UK: θiːf kæriiŋ ə wepən]
thrusting weapon
[UK: θrʌstiŋ wepən]
type of weapon
[UK: taip ɔf wepən]
unlicensed weapon
[UK: ʌnlaisnst wepən]
accumulate weapons
[UK: ʌnlaisnst wepən]
act of smuggling weapons
[UK: ækt ɔf smʌgliŋ wepənz]
advanced weapons
[UK: ədvɑːnst wepənz]
amass weapons
[UK: ədvɑːnst wepənz]
amassment of nuclear weapons
[UK: əmæsmənt ɔf njuːkliər wepənz]
artillery weapons
[UK: ɑːtiləriː wepənz]
attack with atomic weapons
[UK: ətæk wið ətɔmik wepənz]
bacteriological weapons
[UK: bæktiəraiəlɔdʒikl wepənz]
carry weapons
[UK: kæriː wepənz]
carrying lots of weapons
[UK: kæriiŋ lɔts ɔf wepənz]
chemical weapons
[UK: kemikl wepənz]
collect weapons
[UK: kemikl wepənz]
collection of nuclear weapons
[UK: kəlekʃən ɔf njuːkliər wepənz]
command to stop firing weapons
[UK: kəmɑːnd tou stɔp faiəriŋ wepənz]
concentrated fire from various weapons
[UK: kɔnsəntreitid faiər frɔm vɛəriəs wepənz]
continuous weapons fire
[UK: kəntinjeəs wepənz faiər]
conventional weapons
[UK: kənvenʃənl wepənz]
country having atomic weapons
[UK: kʌntriː hæviŋ ətɔmik wepənz]
deterrence weapons
[UK: diterəns wepənz]
equip with weapons
[UK: diterəns wepənz]
equip with weapons in advance
[UK: diterəns wepənz]
equipped with weapons
[UK: ikwipt wið wepənz]
equipped with weapons in advance
[UK: ikwipt wið wepənz in ədvɑːns]
fire many weapons at once
[UK: faiər meniː wepənz eit wʌns]
give up one's weapons
[UK: faiər meniː wepənz eit wʌns]
grab your weapons
[UK: græb jɔːr wepənz]
having no weapons or armor
[UK: hæviŋ nou wepənz ər ɑːmər]
hold your weapon high
[UK: heviː wepənz]
israel weapons development authority
[UK: heviː wepənz]
large weapon which fires ammunition
[UK: lɑːdʒ wepən witʃ faiəz æmjuniʃən]
long distance weapons
[UK: lɔŋ distəns wepənz]
long range weapons
[UK: lɔŋ reindʒ wepənz]
medieval weapon resembling this tool
[UK: mediiːvəl wepən rizembliŋ ðaiz tuːl]
modern weapons
[UK: mɔdn wepənz]
not containing nuclear weapons
[UK: nout kənteiniŋ njuːkliər wepənz]
not possessing nuclear weapons
[UK: nout pəzesiŋ njuːkliər wepənz]
nuclear weapon-free
[UK: nout pəzesiŋ njuːkliər wepənz]
nuclear weapons
[UK: njuːkliər wepənz]

Example Sentences Including 'weapon'

The tactic allows yobs to transform their cap into a weapon - slashing it at rivals.

Weighted-knuckle gloves, also called sap gloves, are a type of weapon used in hand to hand combat.

The Parrott rifle was a type of muzzle-loading rifled artillery weapon used extensively in the American Civil War.

An aerial bomb is a type of explosive weapon intended to travel through the air with predictable trajectories, usually designed to be dropped from an aircraft.

Choice of Weapon is the ninth album by the British rock band The Cult.

The man brandished his weapon on a packed fast train heading to Flensburg, Germany at around 7pm local time, according to reports.

These shocking figures have prompted fears people are willing to take the chance on carrying a weapon in public amid a spate of violent crime in London.

Nuclear weapons delivery is the technology and systems used to place a nuclear weapon at the position of detonation, on or near its target.

Choose Your Weapon is the second studio album by Australian neo-soul quartet Hiatus Kaiyote, first released in May 2015 through Salaam Remi's record label Flying Buddha and Sony Masterworks.

The Livens Projector was a simple mortar-like weapon that could throw large drums filled with flammable or toxic chemicals.

Matias Messi, 35, was held after the driver his car hit called police to claim he had been threatened with a weapon.

The atom bomb is a nuclear weapon that uses nuclear fission as its source of energy.

The former Stoke midfielder was a not-so-secret weapon for The Potters, regularly launching balls into the box with his infamous long throw.

An improvised weapon is an object that was not designed to be used as a weapon but can be put to that use.

The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon is a 10-minute short film that was released in 2008.

Zahier Bashir, 41, has also been charged with GBH, dangerous driving, possession of an offensive weapon and breach of restraining order following the incident in Nottingham.

Assault weapon is a term used in the United States to define some types of firearms.

The barefoot boy - who looks no more than four - is clutching a deadly weapon twice his own size in a clip circulated on social media.

An antimatter weapon is a theoretically possible device using antimatter as a power source, a propellant, or an explosive for a weapon.

Footage posted on Facebook shows John Hubbard, 61, shoving 32-year-old Ethan Edwards before drawing his weapon and taking aim.





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