n (plural -does)
- 1 [Military/Militar] torpedo (masculine) (before noun/delante del nombre) torpedo boat torpedero (masculine) torpedo tube (tubo (m)) lanzatorpedos (m)More example sentences
- All aircraft dropped their bombs or torpedoes over the target, but on the return leg Beaufort A9-217 lost contact with the rest of the squadron and failed to return.
- Two torpedo tubes are designed for firing remote-controlled torpedoes with a very high accuracy.
- The ADF currently uses Mk46 Mod 1 Phase 11 and Mk 46 Mod 5a torpedoes from ships and aircraft.
Bullfighting is popular in Spain and in Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela. For some Spaniards it is crucial to Spanish identity. The season runs from March to October in Spain, from November to March in Latin America.
vt (-does, -doing, -doed)
- [ship/submarine] torpedear; [plan] torpedear, tirar abajoMore example sentences
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- Unfortunately, the ship was torpedoed while still in the Baltic Sea and sank.
- As for battle, ‘I was in the water twice,’ he would sometimes say, meaning that two of the ships he'd been on had been torpedoed or bombed and sunk.
- The ship was torpedoed at about 0530 hours on September 12.
- There are a myriad of reasons why Congress may torpedo this plan.
- Fears over traffic congestion could torpedo plans to make a Selby transport depot the hub of a nationwide distribution network.
- It also adds to the anger following last year's Government decision to torpedo plans for a massive marina, following a public inquiry.