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Translation of "carve" - English-Spanish dictionary

carve

verb   /kɑːv/ ( present participle carving, past tense and past participle carved)
to make an object or shape by cutting wood or stone tallar The statue was carved out of stone.
to cut a piece of cooked meat into thin pieces trinchar
(Definition of carve from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

carve

verb /kaːv/
to make designs, shapes etc by cutting a piece of wood etc tallar, grabar, esculpir A figure carved out of wood.
to cut up (meat) into slices cortar, trinchar Father carved the joint.
carving noun
a design, ornament etc carved from wood, stone etc escultura, talla a wooden carving of an elephant.
carve out phrasal verb
to achieve or gain (something) forjarse, hacerse He carved out a career for himself as a graphic designer.
(Definition of carve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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