Definition of interdictor in English:


Line breaks: inter|dict¦or
Pronunciation: /ˌɪntəˈdɪktə


An aircraft designed to interrupt enemy supply operations by aerial bombing.
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  • What kind of chance can a few wings of starfighters, a Battlecruiser or two, a few interdictors and some frigates have against a force that size?
  • The remaining starfighter squadrons are assigned to protect our interdictors and engage Nova Fortress' screening fleet.
  • The less-than-three broke formation to take up defensive positions around the interdictors in the Alliance deserter fleet.



Pronunciation: /-ˈdɪkt(ə)ri/
More example sentences
  • On that particular day, ‘harassing and interdictory fire from snipers and Viet Cong patrols had delayed recovery operations for a couple of days.’

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