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taser Saltos de línea: taser
Pronunciación: /ˈteɪzə/

Definición de taser en inglés:

sustantivo

trademark
A weapon firing barbs attached by wires to batteries, causing temporary paralysis.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The weapon was a taser, a stun gun that temporarily numbs your body with 50,000 volts of energy.
  • There was pepper spray, tasers, stun guns, and you know, stuff like that.
  • If you want to arm pilots, it would be much smarter to give them billy clubs or tasers.

verbo

(also tase) Volver al principio  
Fire a taser at (someone) in order to incapacitate them temporarily.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • And hey, if they get out of line, they can always taser them into submission.
  • Get out of the car, if you walk, otherwise I'm going to taser you.
  • The police must have felt overwhelmed and would naturally need to taser the groom or risk having to use deadly force instead.

Origen

1970s: from the initial letters of Tom Swift's electric rifle (a fictitious weapon), on the pattern of laser.

Palabras que riman con taser

appraiser, blazer, eraser, Fraser, gazer, glazer, grazer, laser, mazer, praiser, razor, salmanazar, Weser

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