- the act of fortifying or strengthening.
- something that fortifies or protects.
- the art or science of constructing defensive military works.
- Often fortifications. military works constructed for the purpose of strengthening a position; a fort: Supposedly impregnable, the fortifications were quickly overrun.
- a strengthening or improvement, as by addition of or intensification with another ingredient: the fortification of milk with vitamin D; the fortification of wine with alcohol.
fortification 的近义词 32 个
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- It is an imposing fortification of several buildings, with three pods inside each of them.
- The department did not have enough of its own officers and fortifications — or a backup plan in place — to keep the rioters out of the building.
- Iron fortification, it’s estimated, would generate almost $9 for each dollar spent—not as dramatic as iodization, but still a substantial impact.
- The first unambiguous evidence of fortification walls dates from around 4300 BC in what is now Turkey.
- In the cemetery fronting the chapel, the surrounding fortification offers temporary and economical burial vaults.
- It's doubtful there would have been enough fortification and firepower under any circumstances.
- In July this year, a government inspection warned of “failure of fortification work” and fined the company.
- I sent an order and what was necessary for the fortification at Oton, and had that port put in a state of defense.
- They burnt 12 houses and barns without the fortification, and drove away the cattle and sheep.
- And he ordered workmen to build the walls, and mount Sion round about with square stones for fortification: and so they did.
- The moats, on the left bank of the river, were dug at the foot of the walls forming the old circle of fortification.
- It had a fortification such as became usual in later bridges for defence or for the enforcement of tolls.