Traducción de firebomb en Español:

firebomb

bomba incendiaria, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfaɪ(ə)rˌbɑm/ /ˈfʌɪəbɒm/

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    bomba incendiaria femenino
    • He said his family had suffered for years from a vendetta, which resulted in a catalogue of damage to his home and garden, including graffiti, firebombs, ballbearings fired through patio windows and his caravan being set on fire
    • Dozens of protesters threw stones and firebombs and occasionally fired guns.
    • The army said soldiers fired in response to an anti-tank missile and several firebombs.
    • Realism is the key to the training and the whole mocked-up town will be used to recreate full-scale riots which will include firebombs, missiles being thrown, violent offenders wielding knives and raids on homes.
    • More than 100 riot police battled Friday for control of Lima's largest wholesale fruit market against vendors armed with shotguns, pistols and homemade firebombs.
    • Fighter pilots and commanders have confirmed the use of firebombs similar to napalm during the fighting.
    • A firebomb is a lethal weapon that should be used against enemies in war.
    • Isn't it reasonable to respond with ammunition against an attacker who is wielding automatic weapons and firebombs?
    • Today, just a small burn scar around one eye, he runs a roadside cafe a few yards from where the firebomb hit.
    • Soldiers opened fire and the crowds responded with stones and firebombs.
    • Dozens of townspeople poured into the street, firing guns, throwing firebombs and hurling rocks, the Major said.
    • He used more than 40 homemade firebombs to throw at the police, causing multiple explosions and flames at the scene.
    • Underlining how emotionally charged the history debate is, the society's building was attacked with a firebomb last week.
    • In fact, firebombs, which have a similar effect to napalm, were used against enemy positions in 2003.

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    (con bombas incendiarias) bombardear
    • A couple whose restaurant was firebombed in a racist attack on February 1 found that the window of their newly-renovated Chinese restaurant had been smashed in the early hours of July 19.
    • Opposition party offices have been firebombed; journalists and vendors of independent newspapers have been attacked.
    • It's the second time this year that the Chinese restaurant has been targeted - the business was firebombed in January.
    • Two synagogues in Brussels were firebombed; a third, in Charleroi, was sprayed with automatic weapons fire.
    • The group's most recent attack was in March when they firebombed a car belonging to a Russian diplomat.
    • A Basildon school was firebombed three times by arsonists in a late-night attack.
    • He said that as a result his offices were firebombed and he was threatened.
    • She's still angry, and she has a big mouth that gets her into trouble (like when she said girls couldn't play guitar, or appeared to condone firebombing fast-food outlets).
    • Instead of firebombing the apartment and surrounding forest like I would have done during my violent years, I instead turned the other cheek and ran away like a frightened schoolgirl.
    • Of course, the rhetoric is different, and while I'm not condoning it, there's a big difference between an ignoramus mouthing off in a pub, and firebombing someone's home.
    • It began with race-hate posters plastered around the city, and escalated into a campaign of attacking Asian migrants and firebombing Chinese restaurants.
    • If he was a spammer, I would endorse firebombing this house, I think.
    • The catch is that fundamentalist zealots have been firebombing their liquor stores in the cities.
    • This from a man who spent 7 years in jail for firebombing a farm.