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arm 1

 (ärm)
n.
1. An upper limb of the human body, connecting the hand and wrist to the shoulder.
2. A part similar to a human arm, such as the forelimb of an animal or a long part projecting from a central support in a machine.
3. Something, such as a sleeve on a garment or a support on a chair, that is designed to cover or support the human arm.
4. A relatively narrow extension jutting out from a large mass: an arm of the sea. See Synonyms at branch.
5. An administrative or functional branch, as of an organization.
6. Power or authority: the long arm of the law.
7. Sports The skill of throwing or pitching a ball well.
Idioms:
an arm and a leg Slang
An excessively high price: a cruise that cost an arm and a leg.
arm in arm
With arms linked together: They walked across the beach arm in arm.
at arm's length
At such a distance that physical or social contact is discouraged: kept the newcomer at arm's length at first.
with open arms
With great cordiality and hospitality.

[Middle English, from Old English earm; see ar- in Indo-European roots.]

armed (ärmd) adj.

arm 2

 (ärm)
n.
1. A weapon, especially a firearm: troops bearing arms; ICBMs, bombs, and other nuclear arms.
2. A branch of a military force: infantry, armor, and other combat arms.
3. arms
a. Warfare: a call to arms against the invaders.
b. Military service: several million volunteers under arms; the profession of arms.
4. arms
a. Heraldry Bearings.
b. Insignia, as of a state, an official, a family, or an organization.
v. armed, arm·ing, arms
v.intr.
1. To supply or equip oneself with weaponry.
2. To prepare oneself for warfare or conflict.
v.tr.
1. To equip with weapons: armed themselves with loaded pistols; arm a missile with a warhead; arm a nation for war.
2. To equip with what is needed for effective action: tax advisers who were armed with the latest forms.
3. To provide with something that strengthens or protects: a space reentry vehicle that was armed with a ceramic shield.
4. To prepare (a weapon or electronic system, such as an alarm) for use or operation, as by releasing a safety device.
Idiom:
up in arms
Extremely upset; indignant.

[From Middle English armes, weapons, from Old French, pl. of arme, weapon, from Latin arma, weapons; see ar- in Indo-European roots. Verb, Middle English armen, from Old French armer, from Latin armāre, from arma.]

armed (ärmd) adj.
arm′er n.

ARM

abbr.
adjustable-rate mortgage

armer

(ˈɑːmə)
n
a person who arms
References in classic literature ?
The Scottish Nisbet, and the same Ferne, insist that the chiefs of the Crusade must have assigned to Godfrey this extraordinary and unwonted coat-of-arms, in order to induce those who should behold them to make enquiries; and hence give them the name of arma inquirenda.
En general, mas o menos 1 de cada 3 asesinatos con un arma de fuego fue de un miembro de la familia, y la mayor cantidad de asesinatos con armas de fuego ocurrieron en el Sur.
LUNES, 22 de julio de 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Los miembros de una familia tienen un riesgo de ser asesinados en los hogares con armas de fuego de Estados Unidos, sugiere un estudio reciente.
El uso de arma de fuego en los delitos cometidos en Mexico se ha incrementado con el paso de los anos (vease grafica 1).
A esta idea los congresistas republicanos le pueden anadir las propuestas de Trump para aumentar a 21 anos la edad minima para que una persona pueda adquirir un arma, armar a los maestros en las escuelas y prohibir la venta del dispositivo--el bump stock--que a las pistolas y rifles convencionales los transforma en automaticos.
Se entiende por "arma nuclear" todo artefacto que sea susceptible de liberar energia nuclear en forma no controlada y que tenga un conjunto de caracteristicas propias del empleo con fines belicos.
A GA is used to search for the best ARMA coefficients.
Retomando el informe de Amnistia Internacional y Oxfam de 2005, se advierte que la presencia de un arma en el hogar aumenta un 41% el riesgo general de que cualquier miembro de la familia muera por un arma pequena, y "en el caso de las mujeres ese riesgo se incrementa en un 272%" (Ortiz, 2015, p.
En su conferencia de prensa matutina en Palacio Nacional, el mandatario federal afirmo que "no hay acuerdos debajo de la mesa" con la nacion vecina del norte, y dejo en claro que en lo que va de su gobierno no se ha permitido la entrada de armas al pais.
John Niemi, president & CEO of Armas, said, 'We are pleased to launch our first product in the US market.
Es claro que el ingrediente principal de la violencia y la accion delictiva son las armas. El modelo actual permite en la practica portar armas de alta peligrosidad, y se aplican sanciones sin efectividad.
Las nuevas formas de expresion de la violencia muestran que el uso de armas de fuego es un patron comun.