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Stealth bomber


Stealth plane

(Aeronautics) a type of US military aircraft using advanced technology to render it virtually undetectable to sight, radar, or infrared sensors. Also called: B-2
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Noun1.Stealth bomber - a bomber that is difficult to detect by radarstealth bomber - a bomber that is difficult to detect by radar
bomber - a military aircraft that drops bombs during flight
stealth aircraft - an aircraft designed in accordance with technology that makes detection by radar difficult
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Stealth bomber

n (Aviat) → Tarn(kappen)bomber m, → Stealthbomber m
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