bombed

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{s} kafayı bulmuş
{s} esrarın etkisinde olan
{s} uyuşturucu almış
{s} sarhoş
bomb
bomba

Havaalanında saatli bir bomba patladı, on üç kişi öldü. - A time bomb went off in the airport killing thirteen people.

Atom bombası, 20. yüzyılın fizik ürünüdür. - The atomic bomb is the offspring of 20th century physics.

bomb
bombalamak
bombed-out
bombalanmış, bombayla tahrip edilmiş
bombed out
{s} bombalanmış
bombed out
(sıfat) bombalanmış
bombed site
bombalanmış yer
bomb
bomba atmak
bomb
bombalı

Pakistan'daki bir bombalı saldırı sonucunda yüz on altı kişi öldü. - One hundred and sixteen people died as a result of a bomb attack in Pakistan.

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atom bombası

Atom bombasının nasıl yapılacağını biliyorlar. - They know how to make an atomic bomb.

Onlar Hiroşima'ya bir atom bombası attılar. - They dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima.

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(Spor) uzak mesafeden atılan şut
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(the ile) atom bombası
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{f} bombala

Avcı uçağı bombalarını bıraktı. - The fighter plane released its bombs.

Londra defalarca bombalandı. - London was bombed several times.

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başarısızlık
bomb
bombasın
bomb
bomb bayuçakta bombanın atıldığı bölüm
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aerosol bombası
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fiyasko
bomb
başarısızlığa uğramak
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bombardıman etmek
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bomb bombala
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fiyasko ile sonuçlanmak
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(Askeri) BOMBALAMAK: Bir uçaktan, hedef üzerine bir veya birkaç bomba atmak
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jeol yanardağın dışarı püskürttüğü küre veya elips şeklindeki lav kümesi
bomb
(volkanik) bomba
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bomba patlatmak

Rehin tutanlar bir bomba patlatmakla tehdit etti. - The hostage-takers threatened to detonate a bomb.

to be bombed
bombalanmak
English - English
past of bomb
{s} (Slang) drunk, pissed (e.g., "After last night's party, Gerry was totally bombed")
Intoxicated by alcohol or a drug. very drunk or affected by illegal drugs = stoned
bombed out
{s} demolished or gravely damaged by or as by bombing; (Slang) drunk, pissed (e.g., "At the office Christmas party, Maureen was totally bombed out")
bombed-out
A bombed-out building has been damaged or destroyed by a bomb. a bombed-out hospital
bombed-out ruins
debris caused by bombing, ruins as a result of bombing
Bomb
The atomic bomb; the capacity to launch a nuclear attack. Often used with “the”

Pakistan and India both have the Bomb now.

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An action or statement that causes a strong reaction

Normally very controlled, he dropped the F-bomb and cursed the paparazzi.

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The atomic bomb

During the Cold War, everyone worried about the bomb sometimes.

bomb
An explosive device used or intended as a weapon
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To fail dismally

Despite all the marketing, our product bombed. Nobody would buy it.

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A success; the bomb

Our fabulous new crumpets have been selling like a bomb.

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A heavy-walled container designed to permit chemical reactions under high pressure

The titanium tetrachloride is then reduced with sodium to form pure metallic titanium (99.9%) by heating TiCl4 with Na in a steel bomb at 700–800 °C in the Hunter process.

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To attack using one or more bombs; to bombard
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A car in poor condition

Nowadays, an old bomb simply won’t pass the inspection.

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A long forward pass
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A very attractive woman; a bombshell
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: A failure; an unpopular commercial product

That movie was a bomb.

carpet bombed
Simple past tense and past participle of carpet bomb
bomb
a hollow projectile containing an explosive material
bomb
{v} to attack with bombs, not used
bomb
{n} a shell to be filled with powder, and sent from a mortar
Bomb
The atomic bomb; the capacity to launch a nuclear attack. Often used with "the"
bomb
Inappropriate term for shell
bomb
A bombD triggers a blastD It appears to be referring to code that raises exceptions deliberately "Planting a bombD" is the act of putting in exception raising code --JohnDougan
bomb
Back pullover from a tucked seat drop position Classed as a Dangerous move
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a long pass thrown to a receiver sprinting down the field
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{f} drop and explode bombs; fail (Slang)
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(bäm)
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fail to get a passing grade; "She studied hard but failed nevertheless"; "Did I fail the test?"
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A failure; an unpopular commercial product
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To attack something by using one or more bombs; to bombard
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To crash or freeze a computer
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strong sealed vessel for measuring heat of combustion
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throw bombs at or attack with bombs; "The Americans bombed Dresden"
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a spherical shell, like those fired from mortars
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A thick-walled container, usually steel used to hold samples of oil or gas under pressure See bottomhole pressure
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To bombard
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A large fragment of volcanic ejecta Some bombs show twisted forms indicating that they were still liquid when ejected, but solidified before landing 'Breadcrust' and 'cowpat' bombs are named for their appearance
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A general synonym for crash, normally pertaining to software failure
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To fail suddenly
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an event that fails badly or is totally ineffectual; "the first experiment was a real turkey"; "the meeting was a dud as far as new business was concerned"
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an explosive device fused to denote under specific conditions
bomb
A virus which waits for an event to occur (such as a specified date) before executing its code
bomb
A general synonym for crash, normally of software or operating system failures
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{i} explosive device; (Slang used in Canada & USA) the bomb, extraordinarily good person, something that is good in an outstanding manner, excellent thing
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Nuclear weapons are sometimes referred to as the bomb. They are generally thought to have the bomb
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A bomb is a device which explodes and damages or destroys a large area. Bombs went off at two London train stations It's not known who planted the bomb Most of the bombs fell in the south There were two bomb explosions in the city overnight
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Prolific writing
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When people bomb a place, they attack it with bombs. Airforce jets bombed the airport. + bombing bombings bomb·ing Aerial bombing of rebel positions is continuing There has been a series of car bombings. see also petrol bomb, pipe bomb. In volcanology, any unconsolidated volcanic material that has a diameter greater than
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to perform a comedy show which gets no or few laughs
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A car in poor condition. Used often as old bomb
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n a device that explodes with great force; v to attack or destroy with bombs
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25 in. (32 mm). Bombs form from clots of wholly or partly liquid lava ejected during a volcanic explosion; they solidify and become rounded during flight. The final shape is determined by the initial size, viscosity, and flight velocity of the magma. atomic bomb depth bomb hydrogen bomb thermonuclear bomb H bomb neutron bomb smart bomb buzz bomb flying bomb
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To sound; to boom; to make a humming or buzzing sound
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Better off modified baby! - used by the diesel gang who hop up thier engines
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In lubrication terminology, a closed container used for conducting tests under elevated pressures
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Fragment of molten or semi-molten rock, 2 1/2 inches to many feet in diameter, which is blown out during an eruption Because of their plastic condition, bombs are often modified in shape during their flight or upon impact
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A bomb ketch
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boulder-size chunk of partly solidified lava explosively ejected from a volcano
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To fail spectacularly
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Dolly Post Production
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A great noise; a hollow sound
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A device filled with explosives used for destroying things
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A shell; esp
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A device constructed in order to prove that peaceful coexistence is impossible
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malicious software designed to cause damage upon execution Typical examples include email and web bombs
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A very attractive woman
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