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fusillade
American English: /ˈfjusəˌlɑd/
, /ˈfjusəˌleɪd/
British English: /ˌfjuːzɪˈleɪd/
, /ˌfjuːzɪˈlɑːd/

Translation of fusillade in Spanish:

noun

  • descarga (feminine) cerrada or de fusilería
    Example sentences
    • A deadly fusillade of slaved ACP missiles raced out at the Destroyer's bridge tower.
    • A fusillade of cruise missiles had been launched from four US cruisers and a submarine, and a supporting British sub.
    • On 26 August 1944 he walked down the Champs Elysées to the acclamation of a vast crowd, and then went on to Notre Dame, where he stood unmoved when a sudden fusillade broke out inside the cathedral.

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