air barrage[′er bə′räzh]
An airtight wall dividing a ventilation gallery in a mine into two parts, so that air is led in through one part and out through the other.
Bombs dropped in a predetermined pattern from a fleet of aircraft to reduce the effectiveness of ground military personnel and equipment.
The shells fired by an antiaircraft battery of guns at attacking airplanes.
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A barrage of exploding bombs dropped from aircraft.
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