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  • bombsite — bomb site UK / US or bombsite UK [ˈbɒmˌsaɪt] / US [ˈbɑmˌsaɪt] noun [countable] Word forms bomb site : singular bomb site plural bomb sites 1) an area where bombs have destroyed buildings, roads etc 2) informal a very untidy place or room His… …   English dictionary

  • bombsite — bombˈsite noun An area which has been laid waste by air raid(s) (also figurative) • • • Main Entry: ↑bomb * * * bombsite variant UK [ˈbɒmˌsaɪt] US [ˈbɑmˌsaɪt] Main entry: bomb site …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bombsite — After World War II many European cities were severely damaged and in need of urban renewal. London and other British cities which had suffered the Blitz were pock marked with bombsites, vacant lots covered in the rubble of destroyed buildings.… …   Wikipedia

  • bombsite — noun A bomb site: a place where a bomb has exploded. Postwar London remained pockmarked with bombsites for many years …   Wiktionary

  • bombsite — n. empty region in a town where all structures and buildings were demolished by a bomb …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bombsite — /ˈbɒmsaɪt/ (say bomsuyt) noun the remains of a building which has been destroyed by a bomb …   Australian English dictionary

  • bomb site or bombsite — bomb ,site or bomb|site [ bam,saıt ] noun count 1. ) an area where bombs have destroyed buildings, roads, etc. 2. ) INFORMAL a very messy place or room: His bedroom was a bomb site …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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