One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘arms and ammunition’
weapons, weapons of war, weaponry, firearms, guns, ordnance, cannon, artillery, armaments, munitions, instruments of war, war machines, military supplies, materiel
2‘the family arms’
crest, emblem, heraldic device, coat of arms, armorial bearing, insignia, escutcheon, shield, heraldry, blazonry
‘he was eventually forced to take up arms when his sister and mother were charged with attempted murder’
fight, do battle, give battle, wage war, go to war, make war
attack, mount an attack
combat, engage, meet, clash, skirmish
be a soldier, fight for King and country, fight for Queen and country
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.