French lancers by Nigel de Lee

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2. moving by the force of gravity ballistic bomb /bə lstk bɒm/ noun a bomb which is simply dropped onto a target by an aircraft. ı general purpose ballistic | ballistic bomb | bomb, iron bomb ballistic missile /bə lstk msal/ noun a guided missile which ends its flight in a ballistic descent. ı interconballistic missile | tinental ballistic missile ballistics /bə lstks/ noun the science of projectiles and firearms (NOTE: takes a singular verb) balloon / bə lu n/ noun a large bag ballistics | balloon | filled with gas to make it rise in the air.

A campsite of improvised shelters í verb to sleep outside without proper tents ć They bivouacked in the corner of a field. (NOTE: bivoubivouac acking – bivouacked) bivvy / bvi/ noun a bivouac (informal ) bivvy bag / bvi b / noun a waterproof sleeping-bag cover. ı kitbag, bivvy bivvy bag sleeping-bag BK / bi ke/ noun a second in command of a battery ć The BK has been killed. Full form battery kapitan BL-755 / bi el sev(ə)n fav fav/ noun a British-designed cluster bomb black /bl k/ ˽ go black US to exhaust your ammunition ć our recon platoon has gone black Blackbird / bl kb d/ noun ‘ SR-71 Blackhawk / bl khɔ k/ noun an American-designed UH-60 utility/transport helicopter Blackjack / bl kd k/ noun a NATO name for the Soviet-designed TU-160 strategic bomber aircraft black market / bl k mɑ kt/ noun an illicit trade in articles which are illegal, rationed or difficult to obtain, usually at a considerable profit ć Respirators and NBC suits are fetching very high prices on the black market.

Verb 1. to cause damage to something ć He broke the window. ć He broke his leg. 2. to stop being in a close group ć The enemy has broken. 3. to stop an activity (usually for a short period) ć They broke for lunch. 4. ˽ to break contact to stop fighting with the enemy and withdraw. ı disengage ˽ to break cover to come out into the open breakage / brekd / noun a damaged object ć Soldiers have to pay for their breakages. break down / brek daυn/ verb 1. to suffer from a physical and mental collapse as a result of stress (used of people) ć He has broken down completely.

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