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B-29

[ bee-twen-tee-nahyn ]
/ ˈbiˌtwɛn tiˈnaɪn /
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noun, plural B-29's.U.S. Military.
a heavy, long-range, four-engined bomber used during World War II.
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Also called B-29 Su·per·for·tress, Su·per·for·tress [soo-per-fawr-tris], /ˈsu pərˌfɔr trɪs/, Su·per·fort [soo-per-fawrt, -fohrt] /ˈsu pərˌfɔrt, -ˌfoʊrt/ .

Origin of B-29

First recorded in 1940–45

Words nearby B-29

azygous, azyme, b, B-1, B-17, B-29, B2B, B2C, B2E, B2G, B4
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