Translation of carpet-bomb in Spanish:

carpet-bomb

Pronunciation /ˈkɑrpətˌbɑm///

transitive verb

  • 1

    realizar un bombardeo de saturación sobre
    • The bombardment includes the use of fuel-air explosives, cluster bombs, bunker-busting bombs and carpet-bombing.
    • This week marked the sixtieth anniversary of some of the most destructive episodes in the World War 2 carpet-bombing of Sofia and other Axis-allied capitals.
    • In this day and age people are too intelligent to agree with carpet-bombing a few countries on a whim.
    • Near the end of the war, planes started carpet-bombing all of the major Japanese cities, using incendiary bombs.
    • After a brief and uneasy truce, the war was reprised in 1999 - carpet-bombing, then ground troops, then guerrilla war.
    • Lieutenant General Fritz Bayerlein provides a vivid account of what it was like to endure carpet-bombing.
    • It had been carpet-bombing Verona in February 1944 when it was intercepted by Messerschmitt fighters and hit several times.
    • Once a graceful, Caucasus-foothills city of 1 million, it has been heavily shelled and carpet-bombed in two ferocious wars in the past eight years.
    • Short of carpet-bombing the entire country and creating huge civilian casualties, weather conditions will prove inimical to a broadly based ‘search and destroy’ mission.
    • It is blanket-bombing - carpet-bombing - they are planning.
    • He charges, finally, that my endorsement of the strategy is a ‘throwback’ to World War II-style carpet-bombing.
    • The results, for those who care to look at them, are simply astonishing, especially by contrast to the level of destruction and the harm to noncombatant lives and property found, say, in carpet-bombing.
    • Not to mention that the only effective way to attack these targets would be through carpet-bombing with depth charges.