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bullet British & World English

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

the bullet in bullet British & World English

Dismissal from employment

bullet-headed British & World English

Having a small, round head

bullet point British & World English

Each of several items in a list, preceded by a bullet symbol for emphasis

bullet train British & World English

A Japanese high-speed passenger train

magic bullet British & World English

A medicine or other remedy with advanced or highly specific properties

rubber bullet British & World English

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

silver bullet British & World English

A bullet made of silver, supposedly the only weapon that could kill a werewolf

plastic bullet British & World English

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

bite the bullet British & World English

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

bulletproof British & World English

Designed to resist the penetration of bullets

bite the bullet in bite British & World English

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

dumdum British & World English

A kind of soft-nosed bullet that expands on impact and inflicts laceration

dumdum bullet in dumdum British & World English

A kind of soft-nosed bullet that expands on impact and inflicts laceration

magic bullet in magic English Thesaurus

there is no magic bullet for successful innovation