Recent Examples of bazooka from the Web
In Nansamba’s fields, however, bazooka has flourished.
Moore and Lucas use it like a bazooka to kill a housefly.
In one image, an older civilian is trained how to use a bazooka.
The bazooka, an important tactical weapon, was also tested here.
Finding errors in Dan Brown’s works is like shooting fish in a barrel, with a bazooka.
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Origin and Etymology of bazooka
First Known Use: 1943See Words from the same year
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Definition of bazooka for English Language Learners
: a military weapon that rests on a person's shoulder and fires small rockets at tanks
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