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Japanese translation of “raid”

raid

noun
 
/reɪd/
a sudden attack on a place by soldiers
奇襲, 急襲
an occasion when police enter a building without warning to discover something illegal
踏み込み捜査, (警察の)手入れ
(Definition of raid noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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