[Date: 1400-1500; Language: French;Origin: bombarder, from bombarde 'large gun', probably from Latin bombus; BOMB1]
to attack a place for a long time using large weapons, bombs etc
I had been in action bombarding the Normandy coast.
to do something too often or too much, for example criticizing or questioning someone, or giving too much information
The office was bombarded by telephone calls.
bombard sb with sth
They bombarded him with questions.
Today we are bombarded with advice on what to eat and what to avoid.