Definición de grenade en inglés:

grenade

Saltos de línea: gren|ade
Pronunciación: /grəˈneɪd
 
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sustantivo

1A small bomb thrown by hand or launched mechanically.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Their unit was ambushed with bombs, grenades and petrol bombs, but the soldiers managed to escape their vehicle before it burned out.
  • At the moment they are still chucking stones, petrol bombs and grenades at us.
  • As the patrol drove off, two rocket-propelled grenades were launched from a house.
1.1A glass receptacle containing chemicals which are released when the receptacle is thrown and broken, used for testing drains and extinguishing fires.

Origen

mid 16th century (in the sense 'pomegranate'): from French, alteration of Old French (pome) grenate (see pomegranate), on the pattern of Spanish granada. The bomb was so named because it supposedly resembled a pomegranate in shape.

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