Airstrike (noun)

An attack made by military aircraft on enemy ground targets.

Origin:

Mid 20th century: from air + strike.

Examples:

  1. The airstrike caused significant damage to the enemy's military infrastructure.
  2. The coalition forces carried out a series of airstrikes against the enemy positions.
  3. The airstrikes were part of a larger military campaign to defeat the enemy.
  4. The government announced that the airstrikes were in response to the enemy's aggression.
  5. The opposition claimed that the airstrikes resulted in civilian casualties.
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