Definition of strongpoint in English:

strongpoint

Line breaks: strong|point
Pronunciation: /ˈstrɒŋpɔɪnt
 
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noun

  • A specially fortified defensive position: his men wiped out a German strongpoint
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    • Defense requires the control of dominating heights, passes, and lines of communication by strongpoints.
    • Vang Pao again captured the PDJ in July and established a network of artillery strongpoints, manned by Thai gunners.
    • The push inland was also aided by a renewed short-range bombardment by Allied destroyers against enemy strongpoints.

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