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 Translation for 'atomic warfare' from English to Russian
NOUN   atomic warfare | -
военно
ядерная война {ж}
atomic warfare
Partial Matches
военно
методы {мн} ведения войны
warfare
unverified
военно
боевые действия {мн}
warfare
unverified
военнолит.
борьба {ж}
warfare
unverified
военнопол.
воевать [несов.]
to warfare
военно
позиционная война {ж}
position warfare
военно
бактериологическая война {ж}
germ warfare
военнохим.
химическая война {ж}
chemical warfare
военно
ядерная война {ж}
nuclear warfare
хим.
атомарный {adj}
atomic
атом.физ.
атомный {adj}
atomic
военно
ядерная война {ж}
atomic war
атом.физ.
атомная энергия {ж}
atomic energy
военнооруж.
атомная бомба {ж}
atomic bomb
часы
атомные часы {мн}
atomic clock {sg}
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Usage Examples English
  • An advocate of technological research and development, his tenure saw the development of the intercontinental bomber, the jet fighter, the extensive use of radar, global airlift and atomic warfare as mainstays of modern air power.
  • The Inn had a 35-foot well, which was used by pilgrims on their way to Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Becket's tomb in Canterbury and, in the 1950s, was recorded as a possible safe supply of drinking water in the event of atomic warfare.
  • Promoted to wing commander in January 1952, Rowlands was posted to head an RAF team at the Atomic Warfare Research Establishment to participate in the development of the British atomic bomb.
  • In this version, the song takes the point of view of a child victim of atomic warfare.
  • They also took part in USAFE's gunnery meet at Wheelus Field, Libya and the "Carte Blanche" atomic warfare exercise.

  • In 1945 the public interest in atomic warfare and weaponry inspired contributors to the "Bulletin" to attempt to inform those interested about the dangers of the nuclear arms race they knew was coming and about the destruction that atomic war could bring about.
  • In 1945 the public interest in atomic warfare and weaponry inspired contributors to the "Bulletin" to attempt to inform those interested about the dangers and destruction that atomic war could bring about.
  • During September she joined NATO forces in the North Atlantic for Operation "Swordthrust," which stressed both offensive and defensive naval tactics of atomic warfare.
  • From his experience thinking of and drafting NATO's nuclear war plans under President Eisenhower's emphasis on atomic defense to counter Soviet conventional superiority led him in 1955 to publish a series of articles on nuclear and atomic warfare in the "Air University Review."
  • This group was tasked with the development of the recommendations on how the MAGTF should evolve structurally to meet the challenges of atomic warfare and new technologies such as helicopters and jet aircraft.

  • He served with the division until May 1956, when he was ordered to the Marine Corps Base Quantico and appointed member of Advance Research Group, which was tasked with the development of the recommendations on how the MAGTF should evolve structurally to meet the challenges of atomic warfare and new technologies such as helicopters and jet aircraft.
  • He returned to well known Marine Corps Educational Center, Quantico as a member of Advanced Research Group, which was tasked with the development of the recommendations on how the MAGTF should evolve structurally to meet the challenges of atomic warfare and new technologies such as helicopters and jet aircraft.
  • This group was tasked with the development of the recommendations on how the MAGTF should evolve structurally to meet the challenges of atomic warfare and new technologies such as helicopters and jet aircraft.
  • The answer to atomic warfare is to have the nations of the world unite under the United Nations framework to counter the weapons of mass destruction.
  • It was Szilárd who persuaded Albert Einstein to write his historic letter to Franklin Roosevelt concerning atomic warfare.

  • He specialized in "ambitious, sometimes mural-sized, modernist allegories of morality for an age of atomic warfare and global over-population."
  • Awareness of atmospheric pollution spread widely after World War II, with fears triggered by reports of radioactive fallout from atomic warfare and testing.
  • ... 1945) is one of the oldest global risk organizations, founded after the public became alarmed by the potential of atomic warfare in the aftermath of WWII.
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