Translation of bombing in Spanish:


bombardeo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɑmɪŋ/ /ˈbɒmɪŋ/


  • 1

    (from aircraft)
    bombardeo masculine
    • After the bombings, police raided the flat and found the bomb factory.
    • This was the beginning of modern warfare, with its bombings of civilians and lethal gases.
    • Terrorist bombings ruin a building, many lives and inflict trauma on the witnesses.
    • Twice inside a week the terrorists have carried out bombings in the heart of a major European city.
    • It is easy to dismiss terrorist bombings in far away countries as being unimportant to us.
    • Yesterday the prime minister described the bombings as an attack on our values as a society.
    • There is speculation that there could be a series of simultaneous bombings across the country.
    • Police have been unable to ascertain why the hate crime levels have decreased since the bombings.
    • Tommy is also a suspect in a series of bombings in the capital and in the murder of a judge who sentenced him.
    • Lots of police have been killed and injured through these suicide bombings.
    • This sadistic boast has been followed by a savage and shameless campaign of suicide bombings.
    • The recent bombings were necessary to safeguard the planes patrolling the no-fly zones.
    • And the bombings brought the whole question of the war to the front of the debate.
    • These will remember the victims and survivors of the bombings that brought an end to World War Two.
    • There is another battle going on that is a long way from the bombings and fighting on the frontline.
    • He's always been mentioned by those who did bombings in the past as their commander.
  • 2

    (by terrorists)
    atentado (terrorista) masculine
    bombazo masculine Mexico informal