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UK (US armory) uk   /ˈɑː.mər.i/  us   /ˈɑːr.mɚ.i/
[C] all the ​weapons and ​militaryequipment that a ​countryowns: The two ​countriessigned an ​agreement to ​reducetheirnuclear armouries.
[C] a ​place where ​weapons and other ​militaryequipment are ​stored: Fighter ​planes have ​successfullybombed the enemy's ​main armoury.
[C usually singular] things or ​qualities that can be used to ​achieve a ​particularaim: The only ​weaponleft in his armoury was ​indifference.
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