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catapult

noun /ˈkӕtəpalt/
(British ) a small forked stick with an elastic string fixed to the two prongs for firing small stones etc, usually used by children; slingshot(American)
tirachinas
The boys began firing a catapult at the birds.
Translations of “catapult”
in French lance-pierre(s)…
in German die Schleuder…
in Chinese (Traditional) 投射器, 石弩, 彈射器…
in Russian рогатка…
in Turkish sapan, küçük taş fırlatmaya yarayan Y şeklinde çatala bağlanmış lastik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 投射器, 石弩, 弹射器…
in Polish proca…
(Definition of catapult from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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