There are 2 translations of knife in Spanish:

knife1

Pronunciation: /naɪf/

n (pl knives)

  • cuchillo (m); (penknife) navaja (f), cortaplumas (m) or (f); (dagger) puñal (m) he can't use a knife and fork no sabe usar los cubiertos the Night of the Long Knives [Hist] la Noche de los Cuchillos Largos it cuts through steel like a knife through butter corta el acero como si fuera mantequilla the knives are out for him/her (BrE) [colloquial/familiar] se la tienen jurada to get one's knife into sb [colloquial/familiar] ensañarse con algn, atacar* a algn she's certainly got her knife into him no cabe duda de que se ha ensañado con él to turn o twist the knife (in the wound) hurgar* en la herida under the knife [Med] en la mesa de operaciones the project came under the knife dieron el tijeretazo al proyecto you could have cut the air o atmosphere with a knife se respiraba la tensión en el ambiente (before n) knife block bloque (m) (de madera) para poner los cuchillos knife fight pelea (f) con navajas ( or cuchillos etc) knife sharpener afilador (m) (de cuchillos)

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