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bullet US English

A projectile for firing from a rifle, revolver, or other small firearm, typically made of metal, cylindrical and pointed, and sometimes containing an explosive

bullet point US English

Each of several items in a list, typically the ideas or arguments in an article or presentation and typically printed with a bullet before each for emphasis

bullet train US English

A high-speed passenger train

rubber bullet US English

A large projectile made of rubber and shot from a firearm, used especially in riot control

silver bullet US English

A bullet made of silver, used in fiction as a supposedly magical method of killing werewolves

magic bullet US English

A medicine or other remedy, especially an undiscovered or hypothetical one, with wonderful or highly specific properties

plastic bullet US English

A bullet made of PVC or another plastic material, typically used by security and police forces for riot control

bite the bullet in bite US English

Decide to do something difficult or unpleasant that one has been putting off or hesitating over

bite the bullet US English

Decide to do something difficult or unpleasant that one has been putting off or hesitating over

bulletproof US English

Designed to resist the penetration of bullets

dumdum US English

A kind of soft-nosed bullet that expands on impact

dumdum bullet in dumdum US English

A kind of soft-nosed bullet that expands on impact

bullet US Thesaurus

the bullet was taken to the police lab

bullet English-Spanish

bala f

bullet point English-Spanish

puntoprecedido de una marca en una lista

magic bullet English-Spanish

bala f mágica

soft-nosed bullet English-Spanish

bala f expansiva

plastic bullet in plastic English-Spanish

bala f de plástico

bullet/war wound in wound English-Spanish

herida de bala/guerra

I got the bullet in bullet English-Spanish

me pusieron de patitas en la calle

a 44-caliber bullet in caliber English-Spanish

una bala de calibre 44

he stopped a bullet in stop English-Spanish

recibió un balazo, lo balearon

a bullet whined past me in whine English-Spanish

una bala me pasó silbando por al lado

the bullet grazed his arm in graze English-Spanish

la bala le rozó el brazo

the bullet only winged him in wing English-Spanish

la bala apenas le rozó el brazo/hombro

the bullet was meant for me in mean English-Spanish

la bala iba dirigida a mí

he was struck by a bullet in strike English-Spanish

fue alcanzado por una bala

the bullet had lodged in his spine in lodge English-Spanish

la bala se le había alojado en la columna

the bullet just missed his shoulder in miss English-Spanish

la bala por poco le da en el hombro

they put a bullet through his head in put English-Spanish

le atravesaron la cabeza de un balazo


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