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bombard

verb [T]  /bɑmˈbɑrd, bəm-/ us  
to attack a place with continuous shooting or bombs: fig. I was bombarded with phone calls and faxes.
bombardment
noun [U]  /bɑmˈbɑrd·mənt, bəm-/ us  
Translations of “bombard”
in Spanish bombardear, acosar, asediar…
in French bombarder, assaillir (de)…
in German bombardieren, bestürmen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 連環炮撃,轟炸…
in Russian бомбардировать…
in Turkish bombardıman etmek, topa tutmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 连续炮击,轰炸…
in Polish bombardować…
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