Bazooka meaning

bə-zo͝o'kə
A shoulder-held weapon consisting of a long metal smoothbore tube for firing armor-piercing rockets at short range.
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A portable weapon of metal tubing, for aiming and launching armor-piercing rockets.
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A primitive trombone having wide tubes.
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An American shoulder-held rocket launcher used as an antitank weapon, developed during World War II and so-called from its resemblance to the bazooka musical instrument.
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By extension, any shoulder-fired rocket grenade launcher.
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(slang, sexuality) A female breast.
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(slang) Crack cocaine.
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Origin of bazooka

  • After the bazooka , a crude wind instrument made of pipes, invented and named by Bob Burns (1890–1956), American comedian probably from bazoo kazoo, mouth, voice
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Alteration of Spanish basuco, derived from base.
    From Wiktionary