armours, 3rd person singular present; armors, 3rd person singular present; armoring, present participle; armored, past tense; armoured, past tense; armouring, present participle; armoured, past participle; armored, past participle;
Provide (someone) with emotional, social, or other defenses
the knowledge armored him against her
armored: used of animals; provided with protective covering
armored: protected by armor (used of persons or things military)
(armour) armor: equip with armor
Armored is a 2009 American crime thriller film directed by Nimród Antal, written by first-time screenwriter James V. Simpson, and starring Matt Dillon, Jean Reno and Laurence Fishburne. It was released on December 4, 2009.
Armoured warfare or tank warfare is the use of armoured fighting vehicles in modern warfare. It is a major component of modern methods of war. The premise of armoured warfare rests on the ability of troops to penetrate conventional defensive lines through use of manoeuvre by armoured units.
Armour or armor (see spelling differences) is protective covering used to prevent damage from being inflicted to an object, individual or a vehicle through use of direct contact weapons or projectiles, usually during combat, or from damage caused by a potentially dangerous environment or action ...
(Armour (zoology)) Armour (or armor, see spelling differences) in animals is external or superficial protection against attack by predators, formed as part of the body (rather than the behavioural use of protective external objects), usually through the hardening of body tissues, outgrowths or ...
(armour) Alternative spelling of armor; Alternative spelling of armor
(Armour (Armor)) The defense of the knight against the weapons of his opponents, consisting of his complete harness. ...
(ARMOUR) Extra protection for a cable that improves resistance to cutting and crushing. The most common material used is steel.
(Armour was reformulated in 2009, supposedly decreasing the amount of dextrose and increasing cellulose. Unfortunately, numerous patients report problems with it. Many are switching to Naturethroid). It is made by Forest Pharmaceuticals. ...
(Armour) 600mm on front of turrets, 409 mm side armour, 198 mm armoured deck.
(Armour) Discourages rodents from chewing through it.
(Armour) Hardcore protection for your body.
(Armour) Is employed in the English Bible to denote military equipment, both offensive and defensive.
(Armour) Mechanical Protection such as steel steeling on a fire door
(Armour) Mechanical protection usually accomplished by a metallic layer of tape, braid or served wires. Normally found only over the outer sheath.
(Armour) Refers to the outer protective pieces of a Gundam that cover the inner frame
(Armour) or armor (see spelling differences) is protective clothing intended to defend its wearer from intentional harm in combat and military engagements, typically associated with soldiers.
(armour) An outer covering for protection.
(Armouring) Channel erosion protection by covering the channel with protective material such as riprap (loose stones) or gabions (wire containers holding coarse rock aggregate).
(Armouring) Protective metal covering, commonly incorporated on cables and often also used as an earth conductor on power cables
(Armouring) The steel wires or tapes incorporated in an electric cable to provide mechanical protection for the conductors and insulation and to provide a low-resistance earth path between the two ends of the cable.
(Armouring) placing non-erodible material (e.g., riprap) over material that may be subject to erosion.
A steel sheathed cable normally used for external power applications, eg garage/shed supply or for outside lighting. Its very difficult to cut through, therefore decreases the likelyhood of it being cut through accidently.