- 1.1 [Aviation/Aviación] [Military/Militar] bombardeo (masculine) aéreo the Blitz[ el bombardeo alemán de Londres en 1940-41 ]More example sentences1.2 (intense attack)blitz
- I talk myself out of imagining world war-styled bombing blitzes or trench warfare, and replaced them with images of land mines and machine guns.
- Barracks, garrisons, bivouacs and encampments thus far spared came under a blitz of laser-guided bombs first used in the Gulf War.
- In December 1941 she had stood in the ruins of the Regimental Chapel after it was bombed during the blitz.
onsth this weekend we're going to have a blitz on the garden [colloquial/familiar] este fin de semana vamos a atacar el jardín 1.3 (in US football) carga (feminine) (defensiva)More example sentences
- Mobility is supposed to be the key to success in the modern NFL, because of the blitzes thrown by opposing defenses.
- In a time when blitzes have made quarterbacking a more precarious endeavor than ever, teams that do not possess two accomplished forward passers are at risk.
- Will he be prepared for all the blitzes opposing defensive coordinators will throw at him?
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 [city/area] bombardear (desde el aire) 1.2 (American English/inglés norteamericano) [Sport/Deporte] hacerle* una carga (defensiva) a
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