bazooka bazooka  /bə ˈzu kə/


  • (n) a portable rocket launcher used by infantrymen as an antitank weapon


  1. BRIN: I was hoping to build a Lego nuclear reactor, but I think I have a bazooka-wielding robot.
  2. No, the real damage is measured in the careers bazooka-ed, marriages Molotov-cocktailed and grade-point averages sent to sleep with the fishes.
  3. The bazooka was borrowed and Charlie noticed that the sight was broken.


  • The ECB's "Unlimited, Open-Ended" Bond Purchase Program Gets A €524 Billion Limit

    One year ago, the ECB faced with an imminent collapse of the house of peripheral cards literally made up a bazooka: one so big and loud the market had no choice but to assume Draghi and company were not joking and actually knew what they were doing - it was the Outright Monetary Transactions (OMT), the successor to the SMP program, which was unique in that it was open-ended and unlimited. It was ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge

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  1. "If you have a bazooka in your pocket and people know it, you probably won't have to take it out," Paulson told lawmakers when asking for the bailout powers.
    on Aug 25, 2008 By: Henry Paulson Source: DealBreaker.Com (blog)

  2. "When you look at going through lineups now and your weapons, it's like Josh goes through a lineup with a bazooka and Daisuke is like a machine gun," Schilling said Saturday after the team's optional workout. "I've turned into a guy who has...
    on Oct 6, 2007 By: Curt Schilling Source: Los Angeles Times

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