Definición de dagger en inglés:
1A short knife with a pointed and edged blade, used as a weapon.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- He stared at all the weapons, swords, daggers, bows and arrows; some were even made of gold.
- Sharp weapons, including knives, daggers and spears, were seized from the 46 people.
- He was helping the council pass out swords and daggers, weapons of every kind.
- 1at daggers drawn
- In bitter enmity.Oraciones de ejemplo
- The parties to contested actions are often at daggers drawn, and the litigious process serves to exacerbate the hostility between them.
- You know that two people are at daggers drawn when they make a direct statement claiming to be united.
- The Hunting Bill is before the House of Lords, and the metropolitan middle classes and the rural population are at daggers drawn.
- 2look daggers at
- Glare angrily or venomously at.Oraciones de ejemplo
- She looks daggers at him, but continues her conversation with her sister, turning every few words to fix him with a steely glare.
- What a sight, my dad standing there looking daggers at my mom, who was enjoying his moment of discomfort.
- Then there's the floods and pestilences we've survived, and the famines, and so on, not to mention the other drivers on the roads these days, and the way some people keep looking daggers at you.
Late Middle English: perhaps from obsolete dag 'pierce, stab', influenced by Old French dague 'long dagger'.
Palabras que riman con daggerblagger, bragger, flagger, Jagger, lagger, nagger, quagga, saggar, stagger, swagger
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