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hatchetnoun [C]

 us   /ˈhætʃ·ɪt/
a tool with a blade that cuts which is attached to a short handle; a small ax
(Definition of hatchet from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hatchet”
in Vietnamese rìu nhẹ cán ngắn…
in Spanish hacha, hachuela, destral…
in Malaysian kapak kecil…
in Thai ขวานด้ามเล็ก ๆ…
in French hachette…
in German das Beil…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小斧頭…
in Russian топорик…
in Turkish kucuk balta…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小斧头…
in Indonesian kapak…
in Polish toporek…
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