artillery

  1. large but transportable armament
  2. an army unit that uses big guns
  3. a means of persuading or arguing

Artillery

Artillery is slang for weaponry.
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Artillery

Artillery is slang for weaponry.
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artillery

[n] - an army unit that uses big guns 2. [n] - large but transportable armament
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Artillery

firearms, such as handguns and cannons
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artillery

Collective term for military firearms too heavy to be carried. Artillery can be mounted on tracks, wheels, ships, or aeroplanes and includes cannons and rocket launchers. ...
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Artillery

Artillery refers to large-caliber weapons, such as mortars, cannons, howitzers, missile and rocket launchers, that are designed to fire indirectly at targets, such as armoured vehicles, infantry and buildings, spotted by other forces.
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artillery

very large and heavy guns
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Artillery

Ar·til'ler·y noun [ Middle English artilrie , Old French artillerie , arteillerie , from Late Latin artillaria , artilleria , machines and apparatus of all kinds used in war, vans laden with arms of any kind which follow camps; French artillerie great guns, ...
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artillery

artillery unit noun an army unit that uses big guns
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artillery

heavy weapon noun large but transportable armament
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Artillery

• (n.) Munitions of war; implements for warfare, as slings, bows, and arrows. • (n.) The men and officers of that branch of the army to which the care and management of artillery are confided. • (n.) The science of artillery or gunnery. • (n.) Cannon; great guns; ordnance, including guns, mortars, howitzers, etc., with their equ...
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artillery

in military science, crew-served big guns, howitzers, or mortars having a calibre greater than that of small arms, or infantry weapons. Rocket ... [13 related articles]
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artillery

artillery 1. Large-caliber weapons, such as cannon, howitzers, and missile launchers, that are operated by trained crews. The branch of an army that specializes in the use of such weapons. 2. The science of the use of guns; gunnery. 3. Weapons, such as catapults, arbalests, and other early devices, used for discharging missiles. 4. Etymology: fr...
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artillery

artillery, originally meant any large weaponry (including such ancient engines of war as catapults and battering rams) or war material, but later applied only to heavy firearms as opposed to small arms. Types of artillery include antiaircraft and antitank guns (which fire at high muzzle velocity thr...
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Artillery

Artillery refers to missile type weapons.
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artillery

Collective term for military firearms too heavy to be carried. Artillery can be mounted on tracks, wheels, ships, or aeroplanes and includes cannons and rocket launchers
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Artillery

Artillery is a class of large military weapons built to fire munitions far beyond the range of infantry`s small arms. Early artillery development focused on the ability to breach fortifications, and led to heavy, fairly immobile siege engines. As technology improved, lighter, more mobile field artillery developed for battlefield use. This develop....
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Artillery

firearms, such as handguns and cannons
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Artillery

[magazine] Artillery is an American contemporary art magazine based in Los Angeles. Features and exhibition reviews are often L.A. centric, yet increasingly dedicated to coverage of the arts worldwide, with contributors based in New York, San Francisco, Dallas, Berlin and London. The bi-monthly publication is available in both print and web...
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