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Translation of "weapon" - English-Spanish dictionary

weapon

noun   /ˈwep·ən/
a gun, knife, or other object used to kill or hurt someone arma nuclear weapons
(Definition of weapon from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

weapon

noun /ˈwepən/
any instrument or means which is used for one’s own defence/defense or for attacking others arma Guns, knives and other weapons were found at the suspect’s house The police are looking for the murder weapon Surprise is our best weapon.
(Definition of weapon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “weapon”
in Korean 무기…
in Arabic سِلاح…
in Malaysian senjata…
in French arme…
in Russian оружие…
in Chinese (Traditional) 武器,兵器, 兇器…
in Italian arma…
in Turkish silâh…
in Polish broń…
in Vietnamese vũ khí…
in Portuguese arma…
in Thai อาวุธ…
in German die Waffe…
in Catalan arma…
in Japanese 武器, 兵器…
in Chinese (Simplified) 武器,兵器, 凶器…
in Indonesian senjata…
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