conventional weapon

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conventional weapon (plural conventional weapons)

  1. A weapon of warfare which is not nuclear, chemical, or biological in nature.
    • 1954, "Agreement on Germany," Time, 11 Oct.,
      Germany would agree to make no ABC (atomic, bacteriological and chemical) weapons, build only enough conventional weapons to arm its twelve divisions.

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