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knife

noun [C]
 
 
/naɪf/ ( plural knives)
a tool, usually with a metal blade and a handle, used for cutting and spreading food or other substances, or as a weapon
a fish/butter/steak knife
切魚用刀/塗奶油用刀/牛排餐刀
I prefer to use a knife and fork.
我較喜歡用刀叉。
He drew/pulled a knife and stabbed her.
他拔出刀,刺中了她。
ToolsGardening toolsHand weaponsHandguns and riflesKitchen utensils
Translations of “knife”
in Korean 칼…
in Arabic سِكّين…
in French couteau…
in Italian coltello…
in Russian нож…
in Turkish bıçak…
in Polish nóż…
in Spanish cuchillo, puñal…
in Portuguese faca…
in German das Messer…
in Catalan ganivet…
in Japanese ナイフ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 刀…
(Definition of knife noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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