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1. war war

The war ended.
If it had not been for civil war, they would be wealthy now.
The war cost 2,000 million dollars every month.
Napoleon needed money for a war with Britain.
He adopted a war orphan and is bringing her up as a foster daughter.
Even now, many years after the Cold War, there is still much rancor between the Russians and the Germans, especially in areas once occupied by the Soviet Union.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial honors U.S. service members who fought in the Vietnam War.
It was a long war because neither side would give in.
When did the Thirty Years' War take place?
War concerns us all.
He had heard that war had started, but it didn't sink in for a long time until his father was drafted into the army.
If we want a peaceful life, we cannot help objecting to war.
A civil war began in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1992.
In 1959, Cold War tensions eased a little.
Gerhard Schroeder is the first German chancellor not to have lived through World War II.

Englisch Wort "wojna"(war) tritt in Sätzen auf:

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2. feud feud

family feud
Our feud traces back to our childhood.
Son, let's stop the fussin' and the feudin'
Were Trump to face impeachment, his lawyers would likely try to present him as a victim of a partisan feud, but his unpopularity would be a liability; Republicans in Congress would have little reason to defend him.

Englisch Wort "wojna"(feud) tritt in Sätzen auf:

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3. warfare warfare

a germ warfare
He has a good mind for warfare, his men worship him.
To them warfare was not a romantic notion but a harsh reality in which soldiers kill and are killed.
Although government and military agencies were among the first to explore drones for their warfare capabilities, these winged devices are now also marketed to kids,(...), and just about anyone who can benefit from a viewpoint in the skies around them.
The art of modern warfare does not necessarily require soldiers to be armed to the teeth to be effective as combatants.
Such employments as warfare, politics, public worship, and public merrymaking, are felt, in the popular apprehension, to differ intrinsically from the labour that has to do with elaborating the material means of life.
Trench warfare characterized the 1914-1918 War.