War materiel, especially weapons and ammunition. Often used in the plural.(noun)
To supply with munitions.(verb-transitive)
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Use "munition" in a sentence
"Furthermore, anything modified for a munition is a munition."
"I could tell you a good deal about the achievement of Ulster in munition production, her ships, aeroplanes, shells and ammunition of many kinds, but that privilege is as yet denied to me."
"It may be that, since women are good enough for all the work of the army, except fighting, they may prove good enough to release some of the fighting material now moored in munition work and reserved occupations."