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munitions

plural noun  us   /mjʊˈnɪʃ·ənz/
military weapons such as guns and bombs
Translations of “munitions”
in Vietnamese đạn dược…
in Spanish municiones…
in Thai อาวุธ…
in Malaysian persenjataan…
in French munitions…
in German die Kriegsvorräte (pl.)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 軍火, 軍需品…
in Indonesian persenjataan…
in Russian военное снаряжение…
in Turkish cephane, mühimmat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 军火, 军需品…
in Polish sprzęt zbrojeniowy…
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