Definition of warship in English:

warship

Syllabification: war·ship
Pronunciation: /ˈwôrˌSHip
 
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noun

A ship equipped with weapons and designed to take part in warfare at sea.
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  • This applied research programme is intended for use in both existing and future Royal Navy surface warships.
  • Royal Navy warships are constantly engaged in large exercises and Sheffield is no exception.
  • Two Royal Navy warships have taken up the rare opportunity to participate in Russian Navy Days.

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