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  1. bombed

    • IPA[bɒmd]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of an area or building) subjected to bombing;intoxicated by drink or drugs
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    • 1. (of an area or building) subjected to bombing the rubble of a bombed house
    • 2. informal intoxicated by drink or drugs ‘We might as well get bombed out of our minds’, he said, downing another bottle
    • n.
      a container filled with explosive or incendiary material, designed to explode on impact or when ... a bomb attack
    • v.
      attack (a place or object) with a bomb or bombs: they bombed the city at dawn

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a container filled with explosive, incendiary material, smoke, gas, or other destructive ... a bomb attack
    • v.
      attack (a place or vehicle) with a bomb or bombs: London was bombed, night after night a series of bombings

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a building or city) destroyed by bombing: a bombed-out factory

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a building or city) destroyed by bombing: a bombed-out factory

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of an object or structure in a public place) covered with decorative knitted or crocheted ... a yarn-bombed lamp post

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of an object or structure in a public place) covered with decorative knitted or crocheted ... a yarn-bombed lamp post

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      another term for letter bomb
    • v.
      send an overwhelmingly large quantity of email messages to (someone): if the netizens are really annoyed they'll mail-bomb you

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a letter bomb.
    • v.
      send an overwhelming quantity of email messages to (someone): if the netizens are really annoyed they'll mail-bomb you

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[bämd]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of an area or building) subjected to bombing: the rubble of a bombed house

    Oxford American Dictionary