Definition of Lee–Enfield in English:

Lee–Enfield

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Pronunciation: /ˈɛnfiːld
 
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(also Lee–Enfield rifle)

noun

A bolt-action rifle of a type formerly used by the British army: a Lee-Enfield held at arm’s length

Origin

from J. P. Lee (1831–1904), US designer of the bolt action + Enfield in north London, where it was made.

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