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Urdu meanings of EXPLOSIVE BOMB with examples+history

Explosive-Bomb  (Dhamaka khaiz bomb)
Bomb

Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 BOMB
Noun
بم ۔ گولا جو آتش گیر مادے سے بھرا ہوا
2 BOMB
Verb
بم پھینکنا۔ گولے برسانا۔ ہوائی جہاز سے بم گرانا
3 BOMB
Noun
بم ۔ بم کا گولہ ۔
4 BOMB

بم سے حملہ آور ہونا ۔
5 BOMB
Noun
بم ، بم کا گولا ، بم گرانا ، بم چلانا ۔

bomb

[bom]
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noun
1.
Military. a projectile, formerly usually spherical, filled with a bursting charge and exploded by means of a fuze, by impact, or otherwise, now generally designed to be dropped from an aircraft.
2.
any similar missile or explosive device used as a weapon, to disperse crowds, etc.:
a time bomb; a smoke bomb.
3.
Also called volcan·ic bomb·. Geology. a rough spherical or ellipsoidal mass of lava, ejected from a volcano and hardened while falling.
4.
weather bomb.
5.
aerosol bomb.
6.
Football. a long forward pass, especially one to a teammate who scores a touchdown.
7. Slang. an absolute failure; fiasco:
The play was a bomb and closed after two performances.
verb (used with object)
17.
to hurl bombs at or drop bombs upon, as from an airplane; bombard:
The enemy planes bombed the city.
18.
to explode by means of a bomb or explosive.
19.
Computers. to deliberately cause (a computer system) to fail with a program written for the purpose.
verb (used without object)
20.
to hurl or drop bombs.
21.
to explode a bomb or bombs.
22.
Slang. to spray-paint graffiti over many surfaces in an area, working quickly and using simple forms and designs:
He made his reputation bombing on the east side of town.
23.
Slang. to be or make a complete failure, especially to fail to please or gain an audience; (sometimes followed by out): His last play bombed on Broadway.
The business bombed out with a $25,000 debt.
Synonyms: fail, flop.
24.
(of a computer program or system) to fail spectacularly.
25.
Informal. to move very quickly:
They came bombing through here on their motorcycles at 2 a.m.

Examples from the web for bomb

  • Cheap light sensors can detonate a bomb in a dark room when a door is opened.
  • But you also don't want to wait until they're about to detonate a bomb.
  • For decades it waited for a bomb that never dropped.

British Dictionary definitions for bomb

bomb

/bɒm/
noun
1.
  1. a hollow projectile containing an explosive, incendiary, or other destructive substance, esp one carried by aircraft
  2. (as modifier): bomb disposal, a bomb bay
  3. (in combination): a bombload, bombproof
2.
any container filled with explosive: a car bomb, a letter bomb
3.
the bomb
  1. a hydrogen or atomic bomb considered as the ultimate destructive weapon
  2. (slang) something excellent: it's the bomb
4.
a round or pear-shaped mass of volcanic rock, solidified from molten lava that has been thrown into the air
5.
(med) a container for radioactive material, applied therapeutically to any part of the body: a cobalt bomb
6.
(Brit, slang) a large sum of money (esp in the phrase make a bomb)
7.
(US & Canadian, slang) a disastrous failure: the new play was a total bomb
8.
(Austral & NZ, slang) an old or dilapidated motorcar
9.
(American football) a very long high pass
10.
(in rugby union) another term for up-and-under
11.
(Brit & NZ, informal) like a bomb, with great speed or success; very well (esp in the phrase go like a bomb)
verb
12.
to attack with or as if with a bomb or bombs; drop bombs (on)
13.
(intransitive; often foll by off, along, etc) ( informal) to move or drive very quickly
14.
(intransitive) ( slang) to fail disastrously; be a flop: the new play bombed See also bomb out
Word Origin
C17: from French bombe, from Italian bomba, probably from Latin bombus a booming sound, from Greek bombos, of imitative origin; compare Old Norse bumba drum
 
 

Word Origin and History for bomb

n.
1580s, from French bombe, from Italian bomba, probably from Latin bombus "a deep, hollow noise; a buzzing or booming sound," from Greek bombos "deep and hollow sound," echoic. Originally of mortar shells, etc.; modern sense of "explosive device placed by hand or dropped from airplane" is 1909. Meaning "old car" is from 1953. Meaning "success" is from 1954 (late 1990s slang the bomb "the best" is probably a fresh formation); opposite sense of "a failure" is from 1963. The bomb "atomic bomb" is from 1945.



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