protective covering made of metal and used in combat
a military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles
tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant
equip with armor
A protective layer over a body, vehicle, or other object intended to deflect or diffuse damaging forces.
A natural form of this kind of protection on an animal's body.
Metal plate, protecting a ship, military vehicle, or aircraft.
A tank, or other heavy mobile assault vehicle.
A military formation consisting primarily of tanks or other armoured fighting vehicles, collectively.
To equip something with armor or a protective coating or hardening.
To provide something with an analogous form of protection.
Etymology: From armour, from armure, from armure, from armatura.
defensive arms for the body; any clothing or covering worn to protect one's person in battle
steel or iron covering, whether of ships or forts, protecting them from the fire of artillery
Etymology: [OE. armure, fr. F. armure, OF. armeure, fr. L. armatura. See Armature.]
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Defensive arms for the body; any clothing or covering worn to protect one’s person in battle. In English statutes, armor is used for the whole apparatus of war, including offensive as well as defensive arms. The statutes of armor directed what arms every man should provide. Armor has also been extensively used in England in plating important fortifications as those of Portsmouth, and also in Germany for the forts along the frontier.
The numerical value of armor in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of armor in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Three minutes after the suspect entered the west building, there was a sufficient number of armed officers wearing body armor to isolate, distract and neutralize the subject, the only thing stopping a hallway of dedicated officers from entering Room 111, and 112, was the on-scene commander, who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children.
All we know is the fact that he walked in here heavily armed with body armor on, in military fatigues and caused a great amount of panic inside the store. So he certainly had the capability the potential to harm people, and then obviously what's happened in Texas and Dayton and all that kind of stuff in the last seven days -- that's on everybody's mind.
You talk about how essential, how needed, how grateful you are, and yet you throw us to the wolves. You throw us out onto a battlefield without armor and the more we complain we don't see anything being done.
One hour of thoughtful solitude may nerve the heart for days of conflict - girding up its armor to meet the most insidious foe.
It's incredibly unusual for there to be circumstances that would justify a head of state actually wearing body armor, and especially to a dignitary or a VIP meeting.
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- защитна обвивка, броняBulgarian
- arnès, armaduraCatalan, Valencian
- obrněná vojska, obrněné vozidlo, krunýř, brnění, pancíř, obrněné vojsko, zbrojCzech
- Panzer, Panzerkraftwagen, Rüstung, PanzerungGerman
- τεθωρακισμένο, πανοπλία, τεθωρακισμένα, θωράκιση, οπλισμόςGreek
- coraza, armadura, blindajeSpanish
- panssari, haarniska, panssarijoukotFinnish
- cuirasse, armureFrench
- שריון, משורייןHebrew
- զրահ, պատյանArmenian
- zirah, lapis bajaIndonesian
- 装甲, 鎧Japanese
- ჯავშან-ტექნიკა, აბჯარიGeorgian
- школка, оклоп, панцирMacedonian
- harnas, pantserDutch
- zbroja, pancerz, wojska pancerne, pojazd opancerzonyPolish
- couraça, armaduraPortuguese
- панцирь, броня, латы, боевая бронированная машина, бронетранспортёр, бронетанковые войска, ББМ, доспехRussian
- obrnené vozidlo, brnenie, obrnené vojská, obrnené vojsko, pancierSlovak
- oklep, oklepnikSlovene
- koracë, armor, parzmoreAlbanian
- áo giápVietnamese
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