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cannon

noun /ˈkӕnən/ ( plural cannons, or cannon)
a type of large gun used formerly, mounted on a carriage
cañón
Cannons were fired at the fort.
cannonball noun a ball of iron, shot from a cannon
bala de cañón
At least 1,500 cannonballs were fired into the town.
Translations of “cannon”
in Korean 대포…
in Arabic مَدْفَع…
in French canon…
in Italian cannone…
in Chinese (Traditional) (舊時的)大炮,火炮,加農炮, (飛機上的)機關槍…
in Russian пушка…
in Turkish (silah) top…
in Polish działo, armata…
in Portuguese canhão…
in German die Kanone…
in Catalan canó…
in Japanese 大砲…
in Chinese (Simplified) (旧时的)大炮,火炮,加农炮, (飞机上的)机关枪…
(Definition of cannon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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