(in an aircraft) an instrument for aiming bombs at a target, especially a device that can assume complete control of the aircraft during a bombing run, can automatically compensate for speed, winds, etc., and can guide the release of bombs for maximum accuracy in striking the target.
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a mechanical or electronic device in an aircraft for aiming bombs
noun an area where the buildings have been destroyed by bombs
a squad or force of police officers or others trained to disarm bombs and other explosive devices. noun
bomb, the A very long forward pass intended to score a quick touchdown (1960s+ Football) Something wonderful, outstanding, etc (1990s+ Teenagers)
belonging to the Bombacaceae, the bombax family of plants. adjective of, relating to, or belonging to the Bombacaceae, a family of tropical trees, including the kapok tree and baobab, that have very thick stems, often with water-storing tissue