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  1. carve
    IPA[kärv]
  2. verb

  3. Variation

    • v.: verb: carve, 3rd person present: carves, gerund or present participle: carving, past tense: carved, past participle: carved

    • verb

      cut (a hard material) in order to produce an object, design, or inscription:

      produce (an object, inscription, or design) by cutting into a hard material:

    • adjective

      (of a hard material) cut or engraved to produce an object, design, or inscription:
    • adjective

      (of a hard material) cut or engraved to produce an object, design, or inscription:
    • noun

      a ruthless division of something into separate areas or parts:
    • take something from a larger whole, especially with difficulty

      establish or create something through painstaking effort

    • slash someone with a knife or other sharp object
    • divide something ruthlessly into separate areas or parts
    • slash someone with a knife or other sharp object

      drive aggressively into the path of another driver while overtaking

    • take something from a larger whole, especially with difficulty

      establish or create something through painstaking effort

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