Noun(1) an outburst resembling the discharge of firearms or the release of bombs(2) rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms(3) a sudden outburst of cheers
(1) the pardons provoked a salvo of accusations(2) The vertical launching system has the capacity to launch 16 Tomahawk submarine launched cruise missiles in a single salvo .(3) Neil's questioning could be viewed as the opening salvo in the battle for next year's elections to the Scottish parliament, with national economic performance likely to be one of the key issues after health, education and transport.(4) The battle began with a salvo from the Teutonic Order's bombards but, like most artillery of the time, that had little effect in the open field.(5) Off Norway, Triton challenged a darkened submarine but failed to elicit a response before firing a salvo which sent Oxley to the bottom.(6) a deafening salvo of shots rang out(7) The resulting yield from the salvo caused the Battlecruiser to break apart, a tidal wave of flame running its entire length.(8) The submerged firing of the missiles can be conducted in a single salvo while the submarine is moving at a speed of 5 knots.(9) The Macaw's cannons unleashed a salvo that pummeled the pinnace.(10) It has launched its new price comparison service, the latest salvo in the battle for dominance in the Internet search space.(11) In his opening salvo of the contest, for instance, Mr Clarke devoted more than half an hour of his declaration speech to saying why he wasn't going to talk about the euro and barely mentioned any other subject.(12) another salvo crashed nearer to the German positions(13) A situation might call for an Arclite barrage from a division of siege tanks or a deadly battleship salvo of a targeted area.(14) On Thursday and Friday, April 11 and 12, along with a CBS television crew, I was able to hide on a hillside overlooking the camp and watch the Apache helicopter gunships deliver their deadly salvoes .(15) The Columbia opened fire with full battery salvoes , disgorging a storm of blue-white plasma fire into the separate targets.(16) Three days later, after the Leningrad - Moscow railway had been cleared, Stalin declared the blockade broken, and that night the city's anti-aircraft batteries fired victory salvos while the battle rumbled on the western horizon.
(1) salvo :: 一順射
1. burst ::
2. volley ::
3. fusillade ::
Different Formssalvo, salvos
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