-pounder

-pounder

(ˈpaʊndə)
n (in combination)
1. something weighing a specified number of pounds: a 200-pounder.
2. something worth a specified number of pounds: a ten-pounder.
3. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a gun that discharges a shell weighing a specified number of pounds: a two-pounder.
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Translations

-pounder

[ˈpaʊndəʳ] N (ending in compounds) four-pounder (= fish) → pez m de cuatro libras
twenty-five-pounder (Mil) → cañón m de veinticinco
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-pounder

n suf-pfünder m; quarter-pounderViertelpfünder m
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