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  1. knife
    IPA[nīf]
  2. n. noun

    • 1. an instrument composed of a blade fixed into a handle, used for cutting or as a weapon.

      Synonym : cutting tool, blade, cutter
    • 2. a cutting blade forming part of a machine.

      Synonym : cutting tool, blade, cutter

    v. verb

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: knife, plural noun: knives

    • v.: verb: knife, 3rd person present: knifes, gerund or present participle: knifing, past tense: knifed, past participle: knifed

    • noun

      an instrument composed of a blade fixed into a handle, used for cutting or as a weapon.

      a cutting blade forming part of a machine.

    • verb

      stab (someone) with a knife:

      cut or move cleanly through something with a knife-like action:

    • n. noun

      the edge of a knife.

      (of creases or pleats in a garment) very fine:

    • n. noun

      a block of wood or other solid material, containing long grooves in which kitchen knives of various sizes can be inserted up to the handle.
    • n. noun

      a knife with a small sharp blade, often retractable, designed to cut wood, cardboard, and other materials.
    • n. noun

      a sharp, narrow pleat on a skirt made in one direction and typically overlapping another.
    • n. noun

      a long knife with a blade double-edged at the point.
    • n. noun

      a knife with a long blade used for carving cooked meat into slices.
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