air–fuel bomb


Definition of air–fuel bomb

  1. :  a device that ignites an aerosolized fuel (such as gasoline) to produce a large explosion The United States military developed several types of air-fuel bombs to clear minefields and burn enemy gear. — William J. Broad, New York Times, 18 Sept. 2001 —called also fuel-air bomb

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