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armour

noun [U] UK ( US armor)
 
 
/ˈɑːmər/
metal clothing that soldiers wore in the past to protect them when fighting: a suit of armourProtection and protectorsEnvironmental issuesThe armed forces generally
Translations of “armour”
in Korean 갑옷…
in Arabic دِرْع…
in French armure, blindage…
in Turkish zırh…
in Italian corazza, armatura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 盔甲, (尤指護身的)鎧甲, 裝甲車輛…
in Russian доспехи…
in Polish zbroja…
in Spanish armadura, blindaje…
in Portuguese armadura…
in German die Rüstung, die Panzerung…
in Catalan armadura…
in Japanese (英)よろい, 甲冑…
in Chinese (Simplified) 盔甲, (尤指护身的)铠甲, 装甲车辆…
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