Missile

  • 1 Missile M-51 — Missile M51 Pour les articles homonymes, voir M51. M51 …

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  • 2 missile — [ misil ] n. m. • 1949; mot angl., du lat. missile « projectile »; XVIe « arme de trait » 1 ♦ Projectile autopropulsé et téléguidé, à charge classique ou nucléaire. ⇒ engin, fusée. Missile balistique à ogive nucléaire. ⇒aussi MIRV. Missile… …

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  • 3 Missile M-4 — Missile M4 Pour les articles homonymes, voir M4. M4 A/M4 B …

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  • 4 Missile S2 — exposé au Musée de l air et de l espace au Bourget. Le S2 est le premier missile balistique français à être développé avec un premier vol d essai en 1965. Il s agit d un missile à portée intermédiaire (en anglais IRBM : Intermediate Range… …

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  • 5 Missile — Mis sile, n. [L. missile.] 1. A weapon thrown or projected or intended to be projected, as a lance, an arrow, or a bullet. [1913 Webster] 2. A rocket propelled device designed to fly through the air and deliver a warhead of explosive materials to …

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  • 6 Missile X — Geheimauftrag Neutronenbombe Directed by Leslie H. Martinson Starring Peter Graves Release date(s) 1978 …

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  • 7 Missile Me! — Studio album by Guitar Wolf Released Japan, July 199 …

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  • 8 missile — (n.) thing thrown or discharged as a weapon, is 1650s, from missile (adj.), 1610s, capable of being thrown, chiefly in phrase missile weapon, from Fr. missile and directly from L. missilis that may be thrown or hurled (also, in plural, as a noun …

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  • 9 Missile — Mis sile, a. [L. missils, fr. mittere, missum, to cause to go, to send, to throw; cf. Lith. mesti to throw: cf. F. missile. Cf. {Admit}, {Dismiss}, {Mass} the religious service, {Message}, {Mission}.] Capable of being thrown; adapted for hurling… …

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  • 10 Missile FC — is a football (soccer) club from Gabon based in Libreville. Achievements Gabon Championnat National D1 : 1 2010 11. Performance in CAF competitions CAF Confederation Cup: 1 appearance 2011 First Round of 16 Current Players Note: Flags… …

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  • 11 missile — [mis′əl; ] chiefly Brit [, mis′īl΄] adj. [L missilis < missus: see MISSION] 1. that can be, or is, thrown or shot, as from a gun 2. Rare throwing or shooting missiles n. a weapon or other object, as a spear, bullet, rocket, etc., designed to… …

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  • 12 missile — index bomb Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 13 missile — / mis:ile/ s.m. [dal lat. missĭlis, der. di missus, part. pass. di mittĕre mandare, scagliare ]. (aeron., arm.) [corpo volante dotato di mezzi di propulsione autonoma: m. balistici, m. terra aria ] ▶◀ ‖ razzo, [subacqueo] siluro …

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  • 14 missile — [n] projectile weapon ammunition, arrow, bat, bird*, bolt, bomb, bullet, cartridge, dart, MX*, pellet, projectile, rocket, shot, stealth, trajectile; concept 500 …

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  • 15 missile — ► NOUN 1) an object which is forcibly propelled at a target. 2) a weapon that is self propelled or directed by remote control, carrying conventional or nuclear explosive. ORIGIN Latin, from mittere send …

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  • 16 Missile — For other uses, see Missile (disambiguation). A V 2 missile launch by the British during Operation Backfire. Though a missile may be any thrown or launched object, it colloquially almost always refers to a self propelled guided weapon system.… …

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  • 17 Missile — Un missile est un projectile autopropulsé et guidé, constitué de : un propulseur : moteur fusée, réacteur (généralement statoréacteur), voire les deux (une fusée donnant l impulsion de départ, avant d être relayée par un… …

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  • 18 Missile M4 — Pour les articles homonymes, voir M4. M4 A/M4 B Présentation …

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  • 19 Missile S3 — Pour les articles homonymes, voir S3. S3 Missile S3 monté en position verticale (Musée du Bourget) …

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  • 20 missile — /mis euhl/ or, esp. Brit., / uyl/, n. 1. an object or weapon for throwing, hurling, or shooting, as a stone, bullet, or arrow. 2. See guided missile. 3. See ballistic missile. adj. 4. capable of being thrown, hurled, or shot, as from the hand or… …

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