Definition of 'razor'
Example sentences containing 'razor'
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Nearly all the brilliant cast have returned and the jokes are still razor sharp. The Sun (2016)As the UK austerity drive gets going, the focus on public sector spend has become razor sharp. Computing (2010)Then they used a razor to cut me all over my body. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Their wings are so slim and so sharp they look as if they would cut like razor. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The tracks are protected by razor wire and regularly patrolled. The Sun (2015)They look like big razor clams but are sea cucumbers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It seemed as though the electric razor was the wave of the future. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The more important buildings are protected by concrete blast barriers and coiled razor wire. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Remove the razor clams and place on a chopping board. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I'M a big user of electric razors. The Sun (2011)Lots of sky and wind that cuts like a razor. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Most of the rich here live behind razor wire and high walls. The Sun (2009)He has scars on his chest and right shoulder from razor cuts. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It got stuck on razor wire. The Sun (2015)Lethal'It was a pair of tweezers that had been adapted and were razor sharp. The Sun (2009)He's just so witty and his delivery of jokes is razor sharp. The Sun (2010)It works for razor clams and mussels, too. Times, Sunday Times (2009)When she opened it, it was an electric razor. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Bull sharks have rows of razor sharp teeth, which often detach when they tear at their prey. The Sun (2011)I threw my electric razor into the bathroom bin. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'razor'
British English: razor /ˈreɪzə/ NOUN
A razor is a tool that people use for shaving.
- American English: razor
- Arabic: مُوْسَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: navalha
- Chinese: 剃刀
- Croatian: brijač britva
- Czech: břitva
- Danish: barberkniv
- Dutch: scheerapparaat
- European Spanish: navaja barbera
- Finnish: parranajokone
- French: rasoir
- German: Rasiermesser
- Greek: ξυράφι
- Italian: rasoio
- Japanese: かみそり
- Korean: 면도칼
- Norwegian: barberhøvel
- Polish: brzytwa
- European Portuguese: navalha
- Romanian: aparat de ras
- Russian: бритва
- Spanish: navaja barbera
- Swedish: rakhyvel
- Thai: มีดโกน
- Turkish: tıraş bıçağı
- Ukrainian: бритва
- Vietnamese: dao cạo
Definition of razor from the Collins English Dictionary
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