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Meaning of “saw” - Learner’s Dictionary

saw

noun [C]     /sɔː/
a tool with a sharp edge that you use to cut wood or other hard materialToolsGardening tools
saw verb [I, T] ( past tense sawed, past participle sawn, mainly US sawed)
to use a saw: They sawed the door in half. He sawed through the pipe.ToolsGardening tools
Translations of “saw”
in Arabic مِنْشار…
in Korean 톱…
in Malaysian gergaji…
in French scie…
in Turkish testere…
in Italian sega…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鋸…
in Russian пила…
in Polish piła…
in Vietnamese cái cưa…
in Spanish pasado simple de “see”, sierra, serrucho…
in Portuguese serra…
in Thai เลื่อย…
in German die Säge…
in Catalan serra…
in Japanese のこぎり…
in Indonesian gergaji…
in Chinese (Simplified) 锯…
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