Translation of strafe in Spanish:

strafe

Pronunciation: /streɪf; strɑːf/

vt

  • 1.1 [Mil] [troops/airfield] bombardear 1.2 (criticize) hacer* trizas the play was strafed by the critics los críticos hicieron trizas la obra
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    • Then the village is burned to the ground as those trying to escape are bombed and strafed by aircraft.
    • Unopposed for much of the raid, they dive bombed ordinary streets, strafing them with machine gun fire.
    • Several enemy aircraft were strafed and destroyed and airfield buildings were attacked.

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