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fish knife

noun [C] uk   us  
a knife for eating fish, with a wide blade and a round edge
Translations of “fish knife”
in Korean 생선 손질용 나이프…
in Arabic سَكّينة السمَك…
in Portuguese peixeira…
in Catalan ganivet de peix…
in Japanese フィッシュナイフ(魚料理を食べるのに使うナイフ)…
in Italian coltello da pesce…
in Chinese (Traditional) (吃魚用的)餐刀…
in Chinese (Simplified) (吃鱼用的)餐刀…
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