ARP

ARP [{{t}}‚eɪɑ:'pi:]
noun
{{}}British{{}} {{}}History{{}} (abbreviation air-raid precautions) (measures) = mesures de défense civile lors des bombardements aériens pendant la Deuxième Guerre mondiale;
the ARP (organization) = organisation chargée de mettre en œuvre les mesures de défense civile lors des bombardements aériens pendant la Deuxième Guerre mondiale
►► ARP warden = agent chargé de faire appliquer les mesures de défense civile lors des bombardements aériens pendant la Deuxième Guerre mondiale

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