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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.
Translations of “sword”
in Korean 칼…
in Arabic سَيْف…
in French épée…
in Italian spada…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指過去使用的)劍,刀…
in Russian меч, шпага…
in Turkish kılıç…
in Polish szpada, miecz…
in Portuguese espada…
in German das Schwert…
in Catalan espasa…
in Japanese 刀, 剣…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指过去使用的)剑,刀…
(Definition of sword from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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