[ UK /bˈænza‍ɪ/ ]
  1. a Japanese cheer of enthusiasm or triumph
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  • They resorted to one last desperate banzai mission that was put down without much of a struggle.
  • Y country: of the kind or style prevalent in X. "abukumalite ansu bon-seki aburachan seed arakawaite bonze aburagiri arigato, interj. bu adsuki bean Arita ware Bugaku adzuki bean Aucuba aikido awabi Bunraku aikuchi ayu buraku Aino bai-u, adj. burakumin Ainu baka bomb bushido akamatsu bancha (tea) Butsu akamushi mite bandaite butsudan akebi banzai bu Akebia banzai, adj. chadai akeki Banzai, interj. chanoyu akenobeite banzai attack chashitshu Akita baren Chiba, adj. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IX No 1
  • The title offers an uncensored experience with unique enemies and combat variety, including Kamikaze fighters, ambush attacks, Banzai charges and cunning cover tactics, as well as explosive on-screen action through the all new four-player cooperative campaign. ‘Call of Duty: World at War’ Images
  • Now from Guadalcanal and out to the jungle islands and so on, the Japanese military doctrine was destruction of the enemy at the water's edge, and the tactic they used was what we call the banzai charge. Okinawa: The Last Battle of World War II
  • The proof of this already lies with the Evolution VII, which is heavier, more fuel efficient, more refined and reportedly less banzai than its predecessor.
  • But this is a steely-eyed banzai extravaganza. The Sun
  • Then, before dawn on 29 May, they launched one of the biggest banzai charges of the war which overran two command posts and a medical station before being halted.
  • On first sight it doesn't appear to be a technical circuit, it's all banzai, maximum attack and aggression over the kerbs.
  • The emperor overrode his military, who wanted a banzai suicide last battle, and broadcast their unconditional surrender.
  • Originally, Kring wanted to use the word 'banzai', but Masi lobbied against it for its war-like connotations, and 'yatta' was selected. September 2007
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