Definición de hatchet en inglés:

hatchet

Saltos de línea: hatchet
Pronunciación: /ˈhatʃɪt
 
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sustantivo

A small axe with a short handle for use in one hand.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A long handle version is about 36 inches long; a short handle, like a hatchet, is 16 to 20 inches.
  • A 19-YEAR-OLD was chased to his home by a 25-year-old man carrying a hatchet and a knife, Limerick Circuit Court heard yesterday.
  • On his left hung some long axes, some double edged and still others were hand axes, hatchets.
Sinónimos

Origen

Middle English: from Old French hachette, diminutive of hache 'axe', from medieval Latin hapia, of Germanic origin.

Frases

bury the hatchet

End a quarrel or conflict and become friendly.
[in allusion to an American Indian custom]
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Sounds like the hatchet has been well and truly buried - the question, though, is between whose shoulder blades?
  • It is time for the IHF and the coach to bury their hatchets and make their peace with Dhanraj Pillai.
  • That means that Dainty must find a more congenial way to bury all hatchets and bring all disputing parties to the same table; if he cannot or will not do that, his days of leadership of US cricket would seem to be numbered.

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