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grenade

noun [C]  us   /ɡrəˈneɪd/
a small bomb thrown by hand or shot from a gun
Translations of “grenade”
in Arabic قُنبِلة يَدوِيّة…
in Korean 수류탄…
in Malaysian bom tangan…
in French grenade…
in Turkish küçük bomba, silahla atılabilen/ateşlenebilen bomba…
in Italian granata, bomba a mano/lacrimogena…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手榴彈, 槍榴彈…
in Russian граната…
in Polish granat…
in Vietnamese lựu đạn…
in Spanish granada…
in Portuguese granada…
in Thai ระเบิดเล็ก…
in German die (Hand)Granate…
in Catalan granada…
in Japanese 手榴(りゅう)弾…
in Indonesian granat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手榴弹, 枪榴弹…
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