bomb site


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bomb site

n
1. an area where the buildings have been destroyed by bombs
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Noun1.bomb site - an area in a town that has been devastated by bombs; "they opened a parking lot on the bomb site"
land site, site - the piece of land on which something is located (or is to be located); "a good site for the school"
Translations

bomb site

nluogo bombardato
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Frankfurt Airport, which handles some 68 million passengers each year, lies about 14km east of the bomb site.
On either side of Snow Hill Station these locations have been used as 'bomb site' car parks throughout my working life.
BBC journalist Usman Zahid, who was a part of the delegation, said that the bomb site was located on a difficult hilly terrain and it took an hour-and-a-half-long trek to access it.
With the bomb site falling within the jurisdiction of the Pishtakhara police station, a large number of police officers rushed to the site immediately after the blast and cordoned off the area.
The 500-kilogramme (1,100-pound) aerial bomb, as soon as it was discovered in the western city of Ludwigshafen, the Authorities had ordered all those living within a 1,000-metre (0.6-mile) radius of the bomb site to leave their homes from 08:00 am (0600 GMT) as a precaution ahead of the defusing operation.
Bute Street in Cardiff Bay has been converted into a World War Two bomb site, complete with bombed-out houses and burnedout buildings.
Eventually something did, and building work started but the curse continued and the building work was contracted to Carillion who then went bust and the place remains a building site, although this is marginally better than the bomb site that it was.
Eventually something did, and building work started but the curse continued and the building work was contracted to Carillion, who then went bust and the place remains a building site, although this is marginally better than the bomb site that it was.
There's litter everywhere, the place resembles a bomb site."
The security personnel recovered another bomb near the bomb site which was defused by BDS.
The two-acre site, described as a "bomb site" by Sterling's managing director James Howarth, is bounded by Lionel Street and Livery Street and sits next to Snow Hill station as well as being a very short walk from the city's main business district around Colmore Row.
"Cadw have turned the entrance to the castle and the car park into a bomb site for nearly two years.