Definition of weaponry in English:

weaponry

Line breaks: weap|on¦ry
Pronunciation: /ˈwɛp(ə)nri
 
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noun

[treated as singular or plural]
Weapons regarded collectively: nuclear weaponry America’s weaponry he is in charge of some of the most sophisticated weaponry ever designed
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  • Once nuclear weaponry is deployed, tens of thousands of people are going to die at minimum.
  • The success of the Germans has frequently been put down to their superiority in weaponry like tanks and artillery guns.
  • Members of the patrol would also share the task of carrying heavy anti-tank weaponry and ammunition.

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