battery

All Noun
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  • Guns designed for use against aircraft were referred to as the anti-aircraft battery.
  • Throughout the war, both ships saw their anti-aircraft battery changed constantly.
  • They attempted to take control of the gun battery on the islands.
  • Some crossed to to help man anti-aircraft batteries on that ship.
  • They last much longer and carry more power per pound than lead acid batteries.
  • This greatly extended battery life, yet still allowed the machine to turn back on almost instantly.
  • The following day some heavy guns were landed, and a four-gun battery was constructed. Cited from The Pirates of Malabar, and An Englishwoman in India, by John Biddulph
  • Technical fire control has been performed in various places, but mostly in firing batteries.
  • The screen contributed to its high price and short battery life, however.
  • Operating range and top speed are limited by battery technology.
  • The Dutch advanced, moving up three batteries of artillery to support their attack.
  • Most such systems retain a small on-board battery to reach the next stop after a power-failure.
  • After being commissioned as a lieutenant, he was assigned to an anti-aircraft battery.
  • Many lives were probably saved with the destruction of the German anti-aircraft battery.
  • It was reported that the vehicle's on-board batteries may have caused the fire.
  • It was reported that the vehicle's on-board batteries may have caused the fire.
  • Power could be provided by a built-in battery pack, or from the aircraft itself.
  • Batteries usually last five months with daily game play.
  • Part of this price increase was caused by the use of lead-acid batteries.
  • On one occasion, though too ill to stand, he continued to direct his battery while lying on the ground.
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Meaning of battery

  • noun Group of guns or missile launchers operated together at one place
  • noun A device that produces electricity; may have several primary or secondary cells arranged in parallel or series
  • noun A collection of related things intended for use together
    took a battery of achievement tests
  • noun A unit composed of the pitcher and catcher
  • noun A series of stamps operated in one mortar for crushing ores
  • noun An assault in which the assailant makes physical contact