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knife
naɪf
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle.
  2. A weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point.
  3. Any long thin projection that is transient.
(动) As a verb
  1. Use a knife on.
Hyphenationknife
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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小刀xiǎodāoknife
匕首bǐshǒudagger
伤害shānghàito injure; to harm
qièdefinitely; absolutely (not); (scoffing or dismissive interjection) Yeah, right.; Tut!; close to; eager; to correspond to
qièall; whole
qiēto cut; to slice; tangent (math); see also 反切
chuōto jab; to poke; to stab; to sprain; to blunt; to fuck (vulgar); to stand something upright
劈开pīkāito cleave; to split open; to spread open (fingers, legs)
穿过chuānguòto pass through
dāoknife, CJK radical knife #1 (form used at top)
刀锯斧钺dāo jù fǔ yuèknife, saw, ax and hatchet (idiom); facing torture and execution
刀锯鼎镬dāo jù dǐng huòknife, saw and cauldron; ancient instruments of torture; fig. torture
一把刀yībǎ dāoknife
dāoknife, sword
刀子dāoziknife
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