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V-2

Syllabification: V-2
Pronunciation: /ˌvēˈto͞o
 
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Definition of V-2 in English:

noun

A rocket-powered flying bomb, which was the first ballistic missile, used by the Germans in World War II.
Example sentences
  • The V-2 had a terror factor far beyond its capabilities.
  • The Allies could not defend themselves against the V-2.
  • The V-2 featured even less accuracy than the V-1.

Origin

see V-1.

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