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He puts down his knife and fork. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Is that really a knife in his back pocket? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Trim round the edge with a sharp knife and discard the excess dough. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How many straight cuts of the knife do you need to divide the cheese into 27 little cubes? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The edge of the plastic cut through my top lip like a knife through butter. Kevin Keegan - Black and White (1993)Then use a sharp knife to cut between each piece. The Sun (2012)It has a chain attached to the lining with a knife on the end. The Sun (2008) Two pals suffered knife wounds to their heads. The Sun (2006)Remove before the drying cycle and chip off the residue with the back of a knife. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The economy is on a knife edge. The Sun (2008)The third and fourth attacks involved the knife and more punches in the face. The Sun (2008)You are about four times more likely to be killed with a knife than with a gun. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Trim offthe excess pastry with a sharp knife. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What man wants to be seen with those knife handles sticking out? Times, Sunday Times (2007)But the man shook the knife at him. Christianity Today (2000)Spread on top of the pancake and then roll up and eat with a knife and fork. The Sun (2013)He has now had two operations on a deep knife cut to his arm. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Courts were given the tougher sentence last year in a renewed bid to end knife crime. The Sun (2009)They say that knife and gun crime is out of control and that we need to understand why it is happening and stop it. The Sun (2009)
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Inglés británico: knife /naɪf/ NOUN
A knife is a tool consisting of a sharp flat piece of metal attached to a handle, used to cut things or as a weapon.
...a knife and fork.
- Inglés americano: knife
- Árabe: سِكِّينَةٌ
- Portugués brasileño: faca
- Chino: 刀
- Croata: nož
- Checo: nůž
- Danés: kniv
- Holandés: mes
- Español europeo: cuchillo
- Finlandés: veitsi
- Francés: couteau
- Alemán: Messer
- Griego: μαχαίρι
- Italiano: coltello
- Japonés: ナイフ
- Coreano: 칼
- Noruego: kniv
- Polaco: nóż
- Portugués: faca
- Rumano: cuțit
- Ruso: нож
- Español: cuchillo
- Sueco: kniv
- Tailandés: มีด
- Turco: bıçak
- Ucraniano: ніж
- Vietnamita: dao
Inglés británico: knife VERB
To knife someone means to attack and injure them with a knife.
Dawson takes revenge on the man by knifing him to death.
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