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English translation: device that stuns through electrical shock

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12:02 Feb 24, 2009
English to English translations [Non-PRO]
Military / Defense
English term or phrase: stun gun
What does "stun gun" mean? Thank you in advance.

I had pepper spray easily accessible in my jacket pocket, and my cuffs and stun gun stuck into my Levis. I knocked on the door and heard scrambling going on inside.
Alexandre Reis
Brazil
Local time: 19:24
English translation:device that stuns through electrical shock
Explanation:
It is a device that stuns the victim by means of electrical shock.
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Kristina Thorne
France
Local time: 00:24
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device that stuns through electrical shock


Explanation:
It is a device that stuns the victim by means of electrical shock.

Kristina Thorne
France
Local time: 00:24
Native speaker of: Native in SwedishSwedish, Native in FinnishFinnish
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