• IPA: /ˈneɪ.pɑːm/, /ˈneɪ.pɑlm/

napalm (uncountable)

  1. A highly flammable, viscous substance, designed to stick to the body while burning, used in warfare as an incendiary especially in wooded areas.
Translations Verb

napalm (napalms, present participle napalming; past and past participle napalmed)

  1. (transitive) To spray or attack with this substance.

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