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bomber US English

An aircraft designed to carry and drop bombs

bomber jacket US English

A short jacket similar to a flight jacket, but with a thick lining typically of sheepskin

water-bomber US English

An aircraft used for extinguishing forest fires by dropping water

fighter-bomber US English

An aircraft serving as both a fighter and bomber

Louis, Joe US English

(1914–81), US heavyweight boxing champion; born Joseph Louis Barrow; known as the Brown Bomber. He was heavyweight champion of the world 1937–49, defending his title 25 times during that period

Harris, Sir Arthur Travers US English

(1892–1984), British Marshal of the RAF; known as Bomber Harris. As Commander-in-Chief of Bomber Command (1942-5) in the Second World War he organized mass bombing raids against German towns which resulted in large-scale civilian casualties

Brown Bomber in Louis, Joe US English

(1914–81), US heavyweight boxing champion; born Joseph Louis Barrow; known as the Brown Bomber. He was heavyweight champion of the world 1937–49, defending his title 25 times during that period

Bomber Harris in Harris, Sir Arthur Travers US English

(1892–1984), British Marshal of the RAF; known as Bomber Harris. As Commander-in-Chief of Bomber Command (1942-5) in the Second World War he organized mass bombing raids against German towns which resulted in large-scale civilian casualties

bomber English-Spanish

bombardero masculine

water-bomber English-Spanish

avión masculine antiincendios, avión masculine cisterna

fighter-bomber English-Spanish

cazabombardero masculine

suicide bomber English-Spanish

terrorista masculine and feminine suicida, kamikaze masculine

Bomber Harris in Harris2 New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, Sir Arthur Travers (1892–1984), British Marshal of the RAF; known as Bomber Harris