napalm Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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napalmnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈneɪ.pɑːm/
a ​substancecontainingpetrol that ​burnsstrongly and is used in ​bombs, ​especially to ​destroyareas of ​plants so that ​enemysoldiers cannot ​hide
(Definition of napalm from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “napalm”
in Spanish napalm…
in Vietnamese napan…
in Malaysian bahan bakar berupa cecair dalam bentuk jeli…
in Thai สารคล้ายวุ้นซึ่งติดไฟง่าย…
in French napalm…
in German das Napalm…
in Chinese (Simplified) (炸弹中使用的)凝固汽油…
in Indonesian napalm…
in Chinese (Traditional) (炸彈中使用的)凝固汽油…
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