war


war
I
n.

1) to conduct, fight, wage war against, with

2) to make war

3) to declare war on; to go to war over

4) to escalate, step up a war

5) to lose; win a war

6) to ban, outlaw war

7) to end a war

8) an all-out, full-scale, total; global, world war

9) a civil; cold; defensive; holy; hot, shooting; limited, local; offensive; revolutionary; world war

10) an atomic, nuclear, thermonuclear; conventional war; star wars

11) a gang; price war

12) a war of aggression; attrition; extermination; nerves

13) a war breaks out; rages; spreads (the war spread to the Balkans)

14) an act of war

15) a war against; between (a war against an aggressor; a war between former allies)

16) at war with (to be at war with one's neighbors)

17) (misc.) a theater of war; a state of war (to be in a state of war with a country)

II
v.

1) (d; intr.) to war against, with (to war with one's neighbors)

2) (d; intr.) to war over (to war over disputed territory)

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[wɔː]
conventional war
fullscale
global
holy
local
nuclear
outlaw war
price war
rages
revolutionary
shooting
star wars
step up a war
thermonuclear
to go to war over
wage war against
win a war
win a war
world: war
between (a war against an aggressor; a war between former allies)
spreads (the war spread to the Balkans)
a state of war (to be in a state of war with a country)
with (to war with one's neighbors)
(d; intr.) to war against
(misc.) a theater of war
a civil
a gang
a war against
a war breaks out
a war of aggression
an act of war
an all-out
an atomic
to ban
to conduct
to declare war on
to end a war
to escalate
to lose
to make war
at war with (to be at war with one's neighbors)
(d; intr.) to war over (to war over disputed territory)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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