Definitions for ballisticbəˈlɪs tɪk
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word ballistic
relating to or characteristic of the motion of objects moving under their own momentum and the force of gravity
Or relating to ballistics.
Or relating to projectiles moving under their own momentum, air drag, gravity and sometimes rocket power
When he heard him lie about it, he went ballistic.
Origin: From ballista.
of or pertaining to the ballista, or to the art of hurling stones or missile weapons by means of an engine
pertaining to projection, or to a projectile
Ballistic is a fictional superhero from the Image Comics comic book series Cyberforce. Created by Marc Silvestri, she first appeared in 1991.
The numerical value of ballistic in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of ballistic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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North Korea has large numbers of ballistic missiles and they test them often.
The U.S. sanctions against Iran's ballistic missile programme ... have no legal or moral legitimacy.
The Iran ballistic missile program has been ... a source of concern for years ... and it continues to be.
SM-6 is the only missile in the world that can do both anti-air warfare and ballistic missile defense from sea.
Under no circumstances should we relieve pressure on Iran relative to ballistic missile capabilities and arms trafficking.
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