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Translation of "dagger" - English-Spanish dictionary

dagger

noun   /ˈdæɡ·ər/
a short knife, used as a weapon daga
be at daggers drawn
If two people, countries, etc. are at daggers drawn, they are in a state of extreme unfriendliness and do not trust each other. estar a matar The two sides have been at daggers drawn for some months now.
(Definition of dagger from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dagger

noun /ˈdӕɡə/
a knife or short sword for stabbing daga, puñal He was armed with a dagger.
(Definition of dagger from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dagger”
in Korean 단도…
in Arabic خَنْجَر…
in Malaysian pisau belati…
in French poignard…
in Russian кинжал…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指舊時的)匕首,短劍…
in Italian pugnale…
in Turkish silah olarak da kullanılabilen, kama, kısa bıçak…
in Polish sztylet…
in Vietnamese dao găm…
in Portuguese punhal, adaga…
in Thai กริช…
in German der Dolch…
in Catalan punyal, daga…
in Japanese 短刀…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指旧时的)匕首,短剑…
in Indonesian belati…
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