Definición de strafe en inglés:

strafe

Saltos de línea: strafe
Pronunciación: /strɑːf
 
, streɪf
 
/

verbo

[with object]
Attack repeatedly with bombs or machine-gun fire from low-flying aircraft: military aircraft strafed the village
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Then the village is burned to the ground as those trying to escape are bombed and strafed by aircraft.
  • Unopposed for much of the raid, they dive bombed ordinary streets, strafing them with machine gun fire.
  • Several enemy aircraft were strafed and destroyed and airfield buildings were attacked.

sustantivo

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An attack from low-flying aircraft: next morning they were to carry out a strafe of airfields in southern Greece
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Remember that a well-placed strafe will chew up an airplane on the ground.

Origen

early 20th century: humorous adaptation of the German First World War catchphrase Gott strafe England 'may God punish England'.

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