[guhn-uh-ree] /ˈgʌn ə ri/

the art and science of constructing and operating , especially large .
the act of firing .
the art and science of the efficient design and use of ordnance, esp artillery
guns collectively
the use and firing of guns
(modifier) of, relating to, or concerned with heavy guns, as in warfare: a gunnery officer

c.1600, from gun + -ery.


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