Definición de bayonet en inglés:

bayonet

Silabificación: bay·o·net
Pronunciación: /ˈbāənət
 
, ˌbāəˈnet
 
/

sustantivo

1A swordlike stabbing blade that may be fixed to the muzzle of a rifle for use in hand-to-hand fighting.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They include a crossbow, rifles, swords, bayonets, handguns and pistols, 340 rounds of ammunition and an Oriental-style throwing star.
  • Immediately after sunrise the Sergeant of the Guard collected the heavy bunch of gate keys from the Governor's house and, accompanied by troops with rifles and fixed bayonets, proceeded to open each gate in turn and lower its drawbridge.
  • Finally, the Federals ran out of ammunition and turned to fighting hand-to-hand with bayonets, scrambling through the forest and the underbrush.
2 [as modifier] Denoting a fitting for a light bulb, camera lens, or other appliance that is engaged by being pushed into a socket and then twisted to lock it in place.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • What also makes this Leica look-alike even more of a clone is the fact that Konica have made the Hexar RF to accept the special Leica-M bayonet mount lenses, as well as their own Konica lenses.
  • The eyepiece is quickly and easily affixed with a three point bayonet mount.
  • Conservation in 1992 revealed that the goblet in Plate V is made of separate pieces of ivory joined by ‘so called bayonet mounts.’

verbo (bayonets, bayoneting, bayoneted)

[with object] Volver al principio  
Stab (someone) with a bayonet.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the fierce charge Capt. Millett bayoneted two enemy soldiers and boldly continued on, throwing grenades, clubbing and bayoneting the enemy, while urging his men forward by shouting encouragement.
  • During the last of these attacks he leapt out and bayoneted two enemy soldiers.
  • One jittery grunt comes close to bayoneting a prisoner before being stopped by fellow Marines.

Origen

late 17th century (denoting a kind of short dagger): from French baïonnette, from Bayonne, the name of a town in southwestern France, where they were first made.

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