Associations to the word «Molotov»
MOLOTOV, proper noun. A Russian surname.
MOLOTOV COCKTAIL, noun. A crude, simple incendiary bomb made from a glass bottle, either filled with an flammable liquid such as petroleum and supplied with a rag for a fuse that is lit just before being hurled, or filled with such a mix of flammable liquids that it ignites itself when it is smashed and its contents are exposed to air.
MOLOTOV COCKTAIL, noun. Alternative letter-case form of Molotov cocktail
MOLOTOV COCKTAILS, noun. Plural of Molotov cocktail
MOLOTOV, noun. Soviet statesman (1890-1986).
MOLOTOV, noun. A city in the European part of Russia.
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