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arm2 (usu. pl.) weapons, esp. those that shoot or explode. [2/7 definitions]
blow2 to cause to explode (often fol. by "out"). [1/14 definitions]
blow up to explode. [2/6 definitions]
booby trap a bomb or other explosive device that is well-hidden and wired to explode upon being touched or triggered by an unsuspecting person. [1/2 definitions]
burst to break, open up, or explode suddenly, usu. because of internal pressure. [2/8 definitions]
claymore mine a mine, planted in the ground, that is designed to explode in a fanlike array of fragments in the path of an enemy force.
depth charge a device set to explode under water, used esp. against submarines.
detonate to explode or cause to explode suddenly and violently.
dud a shell, bomb, or the like that fails to explode. [1/3 definitions]
erupt to break or explode out of a restrained or confined condition. [1/6 definitions]
fireworks (sometimes used with a sing. verb) devices that burn or explode to produce noise, bright light, or a brilliant display of colors. [1/3 definitions]
fulminate to explode violently. [1/4 definitions]
go off to explode. [1/8 definitions]
go off on (someone) (informal) to explode in anger or outrage at someone, usually with a burst of speech.
grenade a small missile thrown or shot from a rifle-mounted launcher at a target after being primed to explode. [1/2 definitions]
let off to release (something) or allow (something) to explode. [1/3 definitions]
magnetic mine a marine mine designed to explode when its magnetic needle responds to the mass of a nearby ship.
minefield an expanse of land or water in which mines that explode on contact have been laid.
pop1 to explode or burst open with such a sound. [2/17 definitions]
pyrotechnic of, pertaining to, or designating detonators or other activating devices that ignite or explode on signal. [1/3 definitions]
set off to cause (something) to explode [1/5 definitions]