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armoury

noun UK ( US armory)     /ˈɑː.mə.ri/ US  /ˈɑːr.mɚ.i/
[C] all the weapons and military equipment that a country owns (一個國家的所有)武器裝備 The two countries signed an agreement to reduce their nuclear armouries. 兩國簽署了削減核武器的協議。 Arms and munitions in general
[C] a place where weapons and other military equipment are stored 軍械庫;武器庫 Fighter planes have successfully bombed the enemy's main armoury. 戰鬥機成功炸毀了敵人的主要武器庫。 Buildings for storing thingsArms and munitions in general
[C usually singular] items or qualities that can be used to good effect in a particular situation 寶庫;錦囊 The only weapon left in his armoury was indifference. 他剩下的唯一法寶就是擺出一副無所謂的樣子。 Things needed for a task
Translations of “armoury”
in Chinese (Simplified) (一个国家的所有)武器装备, 军械库, 武器库…
(Definition of armoury from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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