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bayonet

noun /ˈbeiənit/
a knife-like instrument of steel fixed to the end of a rifle barrel
bayoneta
The paratroopers were ordered to fix bayonets (= attach them to their rifles).
Translations of “bayonet”
in Korean 총검…
in Arabic سونكي…
in French baïonnette…
in Italian baionetta…
in Chinese (Traditional) (槍上的)刺刀…
in Russian штык…
in Turkish süngü…
in Polish bagnet…
in Portuguese baioneta…
in German das Bajonett…
in Catalan baioneta…
in Japanese 銃剣…
in Chinese (Simplified) (枪上的)刺刀…
(Definition of bayonet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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