Punic-war meaning

Any of the three wars (264–241, 218–201, and 149–146 bc ) fought between Rome and Carthage, resulting ultimately in the destruction of Carthage and the gain by the Romans of its territory in Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, Africa, and Spain.
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Any of several wars between Ancient Rome and Carthage.
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Noun

Singular:
punic-war
Plural:
Punic Wars