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Definition of barrage noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

     

    barrage

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    NAmE//bəˈrɑʒ//
     
     
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  1. 1 [countable, usually singular] the continuous firing of a large number of guns in a particular direction, especially to protect soldiers while they are attacking or moving toward the enemy an artillery barrage from at least 1,000 guns
  2. 2 [singular] barrage (of something) a large number of something, such as questions or comments, that are directed at someone very quickly, one after the other, often in an aggressive way a barrage of questions/criticisms/complaints the media's barrage of attacks on the president's wife
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