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knife

US [naɪf]
UK [naɪf]
  • n.
  • v.用刀伤害(或杀害)
  • Web小刀;刀子;餐刀
Plural Form:knives  Simple Present:knifes  Present Participle:knifing  Past Tense:knifed  
knife
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1.
a sharp blade with a handle, used for cutting or as a weapon
knives and forks
刀叉
a sharp knife
锋利的刀
a bread knife(= one for cutting bread)
切面包刀
She was murdered in a frenzied knife attack.
她被乱刀残杀。
IDM
the knives are out (for sb)
(对某人)磨刀霍霍,兴师问罪the situation has become so bad that people are preparing to make one person take the blame, for example by taking away their job
like a knife through butter
(informal)
轻而易举;毫无困难easily; without meeting any difficulty
put/stick the knife in|put/stick the knife into sb
(informal)
对某人怀恨在心;加害于某人to be very unfriendly to sb and try to harm them
turn/twist the knife (in the wound)
恶意地说(或做);落井下石;往伤口上撒盐to say or do sth unkind deliberately; to make sb who is unhappy feel even more unhappy
under the knife
(informal)
接受手术;动手术having a medical operation
v.
1.
~ sb
用刀伤害(或杀害)to injure or kill sb with a knife

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