big, heavy | enemy
They succeeded in silencing the enemy guns.
| replica, toy | anti-aircraft, anti-tank, Bren, field, hand, harpoon, laser, machine, spear, Sten, stun, sub-machine | grease, spray, staple
VERB + GUN
be armed with, carry, have
Look out! He's got a gun!
I loaded the gun with my last two bullets.
| draw, produce, pull (out) | aim, hold, point, raise
He raised his gun, aimed and fired.
Enemy ship approaching! Man the guns!
| handle, use | fire, shoot sb/sth with | lay down, put down | silence
GUN + VERB
blaze, fire, go off
Guns were firing and grenades going off all around.
| shoot sth
This new gun shoots a laser beam at the target.
| jam | be mounted
There were several guns mounted in the back of the vehicle.
GUN + NOUN
club | control, law
a state that has strict gun controls
the powerful gun lobby in the US
| emplacement, position | attack, battle | crew | barrel | rack
the barrel of a gun
I found myself looking down the barrel of a gun.
| guns and ammunition
We're very short of guns and ammunition.
| hold a gun on sb, hold a gun to sb's head
Two armed men held a gun to his head and made him empty the safe.
| turn a gun on yourself
The gunman then turned the gun on himself and blew his brains out.
Random quote: Give whatever you are doing and whoever you are with the gift of your attention.: Jim RohnLatest queries: existentialism, coconut, doyen, thrill, corrugated, air terminal, piranha, classicism, sweaty, ymca, feed], wail, snow, creature, throughput, techniques, flag, failure, foil, gun,
Optional: 01/2018:Picture Dictionary
Updated: 05/06/2018:List of Academic Words
Updated: 03/2019: Learning by reading annotated text, reliable state of art and updated news