Definition of armored car in English:

armored car

Syllabification: ar·mored car
(British armoured car)

noun

1A light military vehicle covered with armor plate: we were taken in an armored car to a temporary army camp
More example sentences
  • The division is accompanied by 60 light tanks and some armored cars.
  • Paramilitary forces attacked the village with helicopter gunships and armored cars.
  • Behind the armored cars, a couple of platoons of infantry came dashing out, firing rapidly.
1.1A civilian car or truck reinforced with armor plate and bulletproof glass: he shunned the armored cars favored by diplomats and CIA agents
More example sentences
  • Two men were planning to rob an armored car that was about to make a morning delivery to a local Bank of America.
  • She wants to spice up a moribund marriage, and thinks that robbing a bank or an armored car might be the perfect antidote to boredom.
  • When the professional robbers among them raid a bank or an armored car delivering cash, they do so with bazookas and rocket launchers, and dress in paramilitary uniforms.

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