Definition of Uzi in English:

Uzi

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Pronunciation: /ˈuːzi
 
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noun

A type of sub-machine gun of Israeli design: both of them were armed, one with what appeared to be an Uzi [as modifier]: he opened fire with a Uzi sub-machine gun
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  • One type of gun nut has become all too familiar: the folks who claim the right to own and operate automatic rifles, Uzis, Thompson submachine guns - anything with firepower, no matter how overstated.
  • Though Uzis can shoot 700 rounds a minute, the reactivated Uzis could not be fired automatically but could still be fired.
  • The ban on such weapons as Uzis and AK - 47s will expire at midnight next Monday unless Congress votes to renew it.

Origin

1950s: from Uziel Gal (1923–2002), the Israeli army officer who designed it.

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