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munition

[ myoo-nish-uhn ]
/ myuˈnɪʃ ən /
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noun
Usually munitions. materials used in war, especially weapons and ammunition.
material or equipment for carrying on any undertaking.
verb (used with object)
to provide with munitions.
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Origin of munition

1525–35; <Latin mūnītiōn- (stem of mūnītiō) a fortifying, equivalent to mūnīt(us) fortified (see munite) + -iōn--ion

OTHER WORDS FROM munition

un·mu·ni·tioned, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for munition

munition
/ (mjuːˈnɪʃən) /

verb
(tr) to supply with munitions

Derived forms of munition

munitioner, noun

Word Origin for munition

C16: via French from Latin mūnītiō fortification, from mūnīre to fortify. See ammunition
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