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dive-bomb
American English: /ˈdaɪv ˌbɑm/

Translation of dive-bomb in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • bombardear en picada or (Spain) en picado
    Example sentences
    • The Blackburn Skua was the first British aircraft specifically designed for dive-bombing, but it could also serve as a fighter.
    • Army co-operation and close air support were in their infancy in the USA and dive-bombing seemed to be the answer.
    • But in Korea the Sabres were there to protect the fighters at low-level, while they were dive-bombing, Mahurin said.

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