Definición de machete en inglés:

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machete

Pronunciación: /məˈtʃɛti/
Pronunciación: /məˈʃɛti/
(also matchet)

sustantivo

Imagen de machete
A broad, heavy knife used as an implement or weapon, originating in Central America and the Caribbean.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • In one hundred days nearly a million people were to die from bullets, grenades, machetes, and knives.
  • In this atmosphere of casual disregard for the law, it's unsurprising that some Bermudians choose to fight with knives and machetes in broad daylight.
  • Weapons wanted in the amnesty include those with a blade or sharp point, such as knives and machetes, CS gas canisters, coshes and knuckle dusters.

Origen

Late 16th century: from Spanish, from macho 'hammer'.

Palabras que riman con machete

amaretti, amoretti, Betti, Betty, confetti, cornetti, Donizetti, Getty, Giacometti, Hettie, jetty, Marinetti, Nettie, petit, petty, Rossetti, Serengeti, spaghetti, sweaty, vaporetti, yeti

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Saltos de línea: ma|chete

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