war zone
Noun

war zone (plural war zones)

  1. A region where war is ongoing.
  2. A region where structures are damaged or in disarray, appearing similar to the effects of a military conflict.
  3. By extension, any area with a significant display of damage or disarray.
Translations
  • French: théâtre d'opération
  • German: Kriegsgebiet
  • Italian: zona di guerra
  • Russian: зо́на вое́нных де́йствий
  • Spanish: zona de guerra



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