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Multiple Meanings
blitz — as in:  London blitz

They plan a blitz of attack ads during the last two weeks of the campaign.
a swift attack intended to overwhelm the opposition — especially a military attack
blitz — as in:  blitz the quarterback

He’s especially good at responding to a blitz.
American football:  a defensive maneuver to swiftly tackle the quarterback by pursuing him with one or more defenders who normally remain behind the line of scrimmage
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