mine detector


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mine detector

n.
An electromagnetic device used to locate explosive mines.

mine detection n.

mine detector

n
(Military) an instrument designed to detect explosive mines
mine detection n
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Noun1.mine detector - detector consisting of an electromagnetic devicemine detector - detector consisting of an electromagnetic device; used to locate explosive mines
detector, sensing element, sensor - any device that receives a signal or stimulus (as heat or pressure or light or motion etc.) and responds to it in a distinctive manner
Translations

mine detector

nrivelatore m di mine
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