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Rambonoun

uk   /ˈræm.bəʊ/  us   /-boʊ/ (plural Rambos)
[C] someone who uses, or threatens to use, strong and violent methods against their enemies: The Americans responded, Rambo-style/Rambo-like, by threatening to attack immediately if their conditions were not met. Rambo was originally a film character known for his violence, who was played by Sylvester Stallone in several films.
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