Translation of weapon in Spanish:

weapon

arma, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwɛpən//ˈwɛp(ə)n/

noun

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    (with masculine article in the singular) arma feminine
    weapons of mass destruction armas de destrucción masiva
    • before noun weapons inspector inspectora de armas
    • weapons testing pruebas de armas
    • weapons training adiestramiento en el uso de armas
    • The end of the cold war has not resulted in the abolition of nuclear weapons.
    • Police later found a gas-operated rifle and sheath knife among weapons at his home.
    • Both sides were assumed to be using nuclear weapons and to be about equal in strength.
    • On the contrary, their intention was to try to rid the country of nuclear weapons.
    • I think it is important to separate the debates about nuclear power and nuclear weapons.
    • Use of so-called conventional bombs could so easily lead to the use of nuclear weapons.
    • He said he was also concerned about the number of imitation weapons and air rifles in the county.
    • We should remember that the US is the only country ever to have used nuclear weapons in war.
    • He said he had bought the weapon to defend himself because of the alleged robbery.
    • The pirate leader was screaming in anger, trying to gain access to his remaining weapons.
    • Joe should be able to analyse this and determine what weapons caused the damage.
    • More and more nations are getting the ability to develop biological and nuclear weapons.
    • The testing of nuclear weapons can have a devastating effect on the area where it takes place.
    • The Gulf War was the first time that depleted uranium weapons were used in conflict.
    • The potential danger of frying pans as weapons in domestic conflict is well established.
    • Nobody should be intimidated from making a stand against nuclear weapons and war.
    • It was a careful, planned attack; the missiles and weapons used were top of the range.
    • They threatened them with the weapons and demanded that they hand over the money.
    • No invasion against beaches defended with modern weapons had ever been tried before.
    • Gorbachev understood the horror of nuclear weapons, and was resolved not to use them.
    • It was certainly damage that Drake had never seen inflicted by any traditional weapons.
    • The defendant refused to talk to him about the weapon or tell him where he had got it.