a grenade with a heavy metal casing that shatters, on exploding, into fragments that travel at high speed and with great force.
[frag-muh n-tid, -men-, frag-men-] /ˈfræg mən tɪd, -mɛn-, frægˈmɛn-/ adjective 1. reduced to . 2. existing or functioning as though broken into separate parts; disorganized; disunified: a fragmented personality; a fragmented society. [noun frag-muh nt; verb frag-muh nt, -ment, frag-ment] /noun ˈfræg mənt; verb ˈfræg mənt, -mɛnt, frægˈmɛnt/ noun 1. a part broken off or […]
[noun frag-muh nt; verb frag-muh nt, -ment, frag-ment] /noun ˈfræg mənt; verb ˈfræg mənt, -mɛnt, frægˈmɛnt/ noun 1. a part broken off or detached: scattered fragments of the broken vase. 2. an isolated, unfinished, or incomplete part: She played a fragment of her latest composition. 3. an odd piece, bit, or scrap. verb (used without […]
[frag-muh n-tahyz] /ˈfræg mənˌtaɪz/ verb (used with object), fragmentized, fragmentizing. 1. to break (something) into ; break (something) apart. verb (used without object), fragmentized, fragmentizing. 2. to fall into .
[fra-gaw-nar] /fra gɔˈnar/ noun 1. Jean Honoré [zhahn aw-naw-rey] /ʒɑ̃ ɔ nɔˈreɪ/ (Show IPA), 1732–1806, French painter. /French fraɡɔnar/ noun 1. Jean-Honoré (ʒɑ̃ ɔnɔre). 1732–1806, French artist, noted for richly coloured paintings typifying the frivolity of 18th- century French court life