Noun(1) a rocket carrying a warhead of conventional or nuclear explosives; may be ballistic or directed by remote control(2) a weapon that is forcibly thrown or projected at a targets but is not self-propelled
(1) They also managed to acquire an old nuclear missile and the means to launch it.(2) missile launcher(3) one of the players was hit on the head by a missile thrown by a spectator(4) Now, according to the coalition, it was apparently hit by a missile .(5) The missile flew for several minutes but an internal defect led to a self-destruct.(6) the plane disintegrated after being hit by a missile launched from the ground(7) Eventually a U.S. built patriot missile destroyed at least one Iraqi rocket.(8) They say it is only a matter of time before a firefighter is seriously hurt by a missile thrown at crews or a fire engine.(9) The police were made aware of the complaints at half-time, and one Hull fan was arrested for throwing a missile .(10) While fighting in Afghanistan the helicopter he and his squad were in was shot down by a Stinger missile .(11) The missile carries a 1,000 lb warhead with a blast radius of several hundred metres.(12) guided missile(13) They stay above 5,000 feet, to avoid the threat of shoulder-fired surface-to-air missiles and small arms fire.(14) We don't have Scud missiles because all the Scud missiles were destroyed.(15) The group then ran off towards Sholing where they began a wrecking spree by throwing more missiles at homes and vehicles.(16) The riot squad and two water cannons were deployed after missiles were thrown.
(1) ballistic missile :: 弾道ミサイル
1. projectile ::
Different Formsantimissile, missile, missiles
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