constant, continuous | heavy, intense | aerial, artillery, naval
VERB + BOMBARDMENT
conduct, launch, mount | stop | be subjected to, be under, come under, suffer | survive, withstand
They have withstood heavy bombardment for many months.
BOMBARDMENT + VERB
begin, start | continue, resume | (come to an) end, cease, stop
during/in a/the ~
Many people were killed in the bombardment.
| under ~
The city has been under constant bombardment for three days.
| ~ against
The army launched artillery bombardments against enemy positions.
| ~ from
bombardments from the sea
| ~ with
a three-hour bombardment with rockets and mortars
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