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Spanish translation of “sword”

sword

noun /soːd/
a weapon with a long blade that is sharp on one or both edges
espada
He drew his sword (from its sheath) and killed the man.
sword-play noun the activity of fencing.
esgrima
swordsman /ˈsoːdz-/ noun (plural swordmen) a man who can fight or fence with a sword.
espadachín; esgrimidor
swordtail noun a tropical fish of fresh water, the male having a long sword-shaped tail.
pez espada
cross swords to quarrel or disagree
habérselas con alguien
I try not to cross swords with my boss.
(Definition of sword from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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