firebomb

英 ['faɪəbɒm] 美 ['faɪɚbɑm]
  • n. 火焰炸弹(燃烧弹和凝固汽油弹的总称)
  • vt. 用燃烧弹进攻
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firebomb (n.)
also fire-bomb, 1895 (earlier as a type of fireworks and a type of cannonball), from fire (n.) + bomb (n.). As a verb, from 1950 as an act of vandalism or terrorism, from 1941 as a military aviation tactic. Related: Firebombed; firebombing.
1. Over the weekend, a firebomb gutted a building where 60 people lived.
本周,一颗燃烧弹炸毁了一栋有60位居民的楼房。

来自柯林斯例句

2. Five shops were damaged in a firebomb blitz.
在一次燃烧弹袭击中有五家店铺被烧毁。

来自《权威词典》

3. To launch an attack against a target, using a firebomb.
使用燃烧弹向目标发起进攻.

来自互联网

4. To attack ( a target ) with a firebomb.
用燃烧弹攻打 ( 一个目标 )

来自互联网

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