Strafe



verb (used with object), strafed, strafing.
1.
to attack (ground troops or installations) by airplanes with machine-gun fire.
2.
Slang. to reprimand viciously.
noun
3.
a strafing attack.
verb (transitive)
1.
to machine-gun (troops, etc) from the air
2.
(slang) to punish harshly
noun
3.
an act or instance of strafing

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