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bomb scare

noun [C]    
an event in which people are warned that a bomb has been left somewhere and people are told to leave the area or building 炸弹恐吓(警告人们某处有炸弹,需要撤离该地) Threats and warnings
Translations of “bomb scare”
in Chinese (Traditional) 炸彈恐嚇(警告人們某處有炸彈,需要撤離該地)…
(Definition of bomb scare from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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