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to spread panic

  • 1 cloro gaseoso

    (n.) = chlorine gas
    Ex. Their latest weapon of choice is poisonous chlorine gas, which they use in bomb explosions to cause more casualties and spread panic.
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    Ex: Their latest weapon of choice is poisonous chlorine gas, which they use in bomb explosions to cause more casualties and spread panic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cloro gaseoso

  • 2 explosión de bomba

    (n.) = bomb attack, bomb blast, bombing, bomb explosion
    Ex. The ARPAnet was an experimental network designed to support military research -- in particular, research about how to build networks that could withstand partial outages (like bomb attacks) and still function.
    Ex. This article describes the experiences of coping with the effects of damage caused by an IRA bomb blast which severely damaged the library.
    Ex. Despite damage from bombing, triple digit inflation, and staff shortages, many libraries functioned throughout the conflict.
    Ex. Their latest weapon of choice is poisonous chlorine gas, which they use in bomb explosions to cause more casualties and spread panic.
    * * *
    (n.) = bomb attack, bomb blast, bombing, bomb explosion

    Ex: The ARPAnet was an experimental network designed to support military research -- in particular, research about how to build networks that could withstand partial outages (like bomb attacks) and still function.

    Ex: This article describes the experiences of coping with the effects of damage caused by an IRA bomb blast which severely damaged the library.
    Ex: Despite damage from bombing, triple digit inflation, and staff shortages, many libraries functioned throughout the conflict.
    Ex: Their latest weapon of choice is poisonous chlorine gas, which they use in bomb explosions to cause more casualties and spread panic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > explosión de bomba

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  • panic — I n. 1) to cause, create; spread panic 2) to feel panic at (they felt panic at the thought of leaving their family) 3) to avert, prevent panic 4) panic spreads; subsides 5) in a panic over II v. (D; intr.) to panic at (to panic at the outbreak of …   Combinatory dictionary

  • spread — ► VERB (past and past part. spread) 1) open out so as to increase in surface area, width, or length. 2) stretch out (limbs, hands, fingers, or wings) so that they are far apart. 3) extend or distribute over a wide area or a specified period of… …   English terms dictionary

  • Panic of 1907 — A swarm gathers on Wall Street during the bank panic in October 1907. Federal Hall, with its statue of George Washington, is seen on the right. The Panic of 1907, also known as the 1907 Bankers Panic, was a financial crisis that occurred in the… …   Wikipedia

  • panic — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ blind, complete, mad (esp. BrE), pure, sheer, total, utter ▪ mild, minor (esp. BrE) …   Collocations dictionary

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  • Panic of 1847 — The Panic of 1847 was started as a collapse of British financial markets associated with the end of the 1840s railway industry boom. As a means of stabilizing the British economy the ministry of Robert Peel passed the Bank Charter Act of 1844.[1] …   Wikipedia

  • spread — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 increase in amount or number of sth ADJECTIVE ▪ good, great, wide ▪ rapid ▪ gradual, slow ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

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  • Panic of 1873 — A bank run on the Fourth National Bank, No. 20 Nassau Street, New York City, 1873. From Frank Leslie s Illustrated Newspaper, October 4, 1873. The Panic of 1873 triggered a severe international economic depression in both Europe and the United… …   Wikipedia

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