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ax US English

A tool typically used for chopping wood, usually a steel blade attached at a right angle to a wooden handle

ice ax US English

An ax used by climbers for cutting footholds in ice, having a head with one pointed and one flattened end, and a spike at the foot

battle-ax US English

A large broad-bladed ax used in ancient warfare

double-bitted ax US English

An ax with two blades

have an ax to grind in ax US English

Have a self-serving reason for doing or being involved in something

have an ax to grind US English

Have a self-serving reason for doing or being involved in something

axe kick US English

A type of kick used in tae kwon do and other martial arts, in which the opponent’s head is struck with the heel of the foot

meat axe US English

A butcher’s cleaver

poleax US English

another term for battle-ax111.

pickax US English

another term for pick111.

double axe US English

An axe with two blades

ax US Thesaurus

a woodsman's ax

ax English-Spanish

hacha f‡

ice ax English-Spanish

piolet m, piqueta f

battle-ax US Thesaurus

a severe blow from a battle-ax

I have no ax to grind in ax English-Spanish

yo no tengo un interés personal en el asunto, a mí ni me va ni me viene

to have an ax to grind in ax English-Spanish

tener* un interés personal

the ax fell on public spending in ax English-Spanish

hubo recortes en el gasto público

I was the first to get o be given the ax in ax English-Spanish

fui el primero al que despidieron


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