n. (军)火炮, 大炮, 炮兵(部队)
Artillery gave cover (ie fired at the enemy to stop them firing back) while the infantry advanced.
The building was destroyed by an artillery shell.
Any of a breed of gray or black draft horse originally used in France for drawing artillery and heavy coaches but now bred in other countries for general purposes.
Artillery was deployed in the west.
The artillery did great execution.
Artillery fire caused heavy loss.
1. 火炮; 大炮[U]
Heavy artillery fire caused great losses.
2. 炮兵, 炮队[the S][G]