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bombardier

Pronunciation: /ˌbɑːmbəˈdɪr; ˌbɒmbəˈdɪə(r)/

Translation of bombardier in Spanish:

noun/nombre

[Military/Militar]
  • 1.1 (American English/inglés norteamericano) bombardero (masculine) 1.2 (UK rank) cabo (masculine) de artillería
    Example sentences
    • After World War II begins, Zinn decides to enlist in the Air Force as a bombardier even though his navy yard job would have provided an exemption.
    • Here we were subjected to another physical and now had to take a battery of tests to determine whether we would be pilots, navigators or bombardiers.
    • Rather, the aircraft dropped it as a normal bomb, then the bombardier guided its steep descent by radio remote control.

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