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anti-aircraft

adjective uk   /ˌæn.tiˈeə.krɑːft/ us    /-t̬iˈer.kræft/
Anti-aircraft weapons, equipment, or activities are intended to destroy or defend against enemy aircraft: an anti-aircraft missile/gun/weapon anti-aircraft defences/fire
Translations of “anti-aircraft”
in Spanish antiaéreo…
in French antiaérien…
in German Fliegerabwehr-……
in Chinese (Traditional) 防空的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 防空的…
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