Translation of bomber in Spanish:

bomber

Pronunciation: /ˈbɑːmər; ˈbɒmə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 (aircraft) bombardero (masculine)
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    • These forces are a mixture of assets that includes fighters, bombers, and support aircraft.
    • The most ambitious experiment used a large bomber with fighters carried above and below each wing and one under the fuselage on a trapeze.
    • In all, the bombing mission cost the Eighth Air Force 37 heavy bombers and six fighter aircraft.
    1.2 (terrorist) terrorista (masculine and feminine) (que perpetra atentados colocando bombas)
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    • A few hours later, a suicide bomber detonated a massive bomb, killing himself and at least three others.
    • Last week saw 23 car bombs, six of which were driven by suicide bombers, detonated throughout the country.
    • Even Liberty, the civil liberty pressure group, accepts a shoot-to-kill policy to protect the public is needed when a suicide bomber looks set to detonate a bomb.

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