[ vee-wuhn ]
/ ˈviˈwʌn /
noun, plural V-1's.
a robot bomb developed by the Germans in World War II and launched from bases on the ground, chiefly against England.
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Origin of V-1
< German V(ergeltungswaffe) retaliation weapon
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Example sentences from the Web for v-1
There were newsreel shots of V-1 and V-2 being blasted from their takeoff ramps and a montage of later experimental models.|Horace Leonard Gold
British Dictionary definitions for v-1
a robot bomb invented by the Germans in World War II: used esp to bombard London. It was propelled by a pulsejetAlso called: doodlebug, buzz bomb, flying bomb
Word Origin for V-1
from German Vergeltungswaffe revenge weapon
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