Definición de Lewis gun en inglés:

Lewis gun

Silabificación: Lew·is gun

sustantivo

chiefly • historical
  • A light, air-cooled machine gun with a magazine operated by gas from its own firing, used mainly in World War I.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • As well as the Vickers machine gun, the British used the Hotchkiss and the Lewis gun.
    • A group selected from the three battalions of the Dublin Brigade captured 25 rifles, two Lewis guns and a large quantity of ammunition, without suffering or causing any casualties.
    • As the battle reached its climax the submariners continued to fight off their attackers with a handful of rifles and a Lewis gun.

Origen

early 20th century: named after its inventor, Isaac N. Lewis (1858–1931), a colonel in the US Army.

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