Definition of air strike in English:

air strike

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  • An attack made by aircraft.
    More example sentences
    • A few days later the enemy reopens the tunnel but a friendly air strike seals it again.
    • The New Zealanders again attacked the town of Cassino, this time after a massive air strike and artillery bombardment.
    • No amount of élan will save units caught in the open by a well-timed artillery barrage or an air strike using fuel-air explosives.

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