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English definition of “blitz”

blitz

noun [C]     /blɪts/
a lot of activity to achieve something in a short time : We had a cleaning blitz before my parents came home .Effort and expending energyTrying and making an effort
the Blitz bomb attacks on British cities during the Second World War Attacking and invading
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