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guided

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Pronunciation: /ˈɡʌɪdɪd
 
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Definition of guided in English:

adjective

1Conducted by a guide: a guided tour of the castle
More example sentences
  • I joined a guided tour briefly, conducted in a naturally eloquent, yet animated and informative way, by a well-known RTE actress.
  • Thus it is that I have an appointment at the showroom at 2.30 this afternoon when he will personally conduct me on a guided tour of all the goodies he has to offer automobile wise.
  • The agencies conduct guided tours from mid-May through July 4.
2Directed by remote control or by internal equipment: a guided missile
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  • Waging war at long distance, it is argued, using computers and remotely guided missiles, detaches policy-makers from the death and the suffering for which they are responsible.
  • Like a silent movie, we watched in horror as one of them pointed up the mountain at the guided missile approaching, and they scattered in all directions, quite literally for their lives.
  • Cruisers, destroyers and frigates armed with guided missiles form the core of a modern navy's offensive power in a maritime arena like Asia

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