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knife 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/nīf/,
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knives, plural;
  1. Stab (someone) with a knife

  2. Cut like a knife
    • - a shard of steel knifed through the mainsail
Noun
  1. A cutting instrument composed of a blade and a handle into which it is fixed, either rigidly or with a joint

  2. An instrument such as this used as a weapon

  3. A cutting blade forming part of a machine


  1. edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle
  2. use a knife on; "The victim was knifed to death"
  3. tongue: any long thin projection that is transient; "tongues of flame licked at the walls"; "rifles exploded quick knives of fire into the dark"
  4. A knife is any cutting edge or blade, handheld or otherwise, with or without a handle. Knives were used at least two-and-a-half million years ago, as evidenced by the Oldowan tools. ...
  5. Knife is the second album by Aztec Camera and was released in 1984. It reached number 14 on the UK Albums Chart – their highest showing at that time. It also charted at #29 on the Swedish Albums Chart
  6. The Knife are an electro pop duo from Sweden, formed in 1999. The group consist of siblings Karin Dreijer Andersson and Olof Dreijer, who together also run their own record company, Rabid Records. ...
  7. The Knife is the first full length album from Swedish electropop duo The Knife. It was first released in Sweden on 5 February 2001 on Rabid Records, and subsequently in the UK on 8 March 2004, also on Rabid. ...
  8. The things of which there can be sight, hearing, and learning ---- these are what I especially prize. ...
  9. The Knife (Het Mes) is a 1961 Dutch drama film directed by Fons Rademakers. It was entered into the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.
  10. A utensil or a tool designed for cutting, consisting of a flat piece of hard material, usually steel or other metal (the blade), usually sharpened on one edge, attached to a handle. ...
  11. To dream of a knife is bad for the dreamer, as it portends separation and quarrels, and losses in affairs of a business character. To see rusty knives, means dissatisfaction, and complaints of those in the home, and separation of lovers. Sharp knives and highly polished, denotes worry. ...
  12. The Hebrews did not eat with forks or spoons but with knifes. The word ma'akhelet comes from the root akhal ^[str:398] meaning 'to eat.' The knife was a very versatile instrument as it was used in preparing and eating foods, cleaning skins for leather, carving wood or bone and for self defense. ...
  13. A tool used by Scouts to cut things. Many knives also have other tools such as a can opener.
  14. A knife should always be carried as a safety precaution in case of the diver becoming tangled in his spear or float line. It can also be used as an iki jime or kill spike.
  15. A tool which was flaked to form one or more elongate cutting edges.
  16. A throw that flies at an angle, goes high in the air and curves hard toward the ground on its edge. The English equivalent 'blade' is rarely used in Dutch. It is generally a sidearm throw, but a backhand knife is equally possible.
  17. a device that cuts stamps apart as they are fed through an affixing machine
  18. When a closing team implicitly or explicitly contradicts the opening team on the same side.
  19. Knives of various kinds are met with in Heraldry, as a Cutting Knife, Butcher's, Pruning, Shredding, etc.
  20. Although 'utes seems to be more common, tes is also attested in this dialect.
  21. pertaining to betrayal, double-crossing: e.g., He'd knife his own mother if it meant making money.
  22. In folding machines, the three or four blades at different levels and at right angles to each other that force the paper between the folding rollers. The sheet of paper is pushed from one knife folding mechanism to the other until the desired number of folds have been made.
  23. The one iron. The toughest club to hit. If you carry a 'knife in your bag, you're either a real player or a phony who wants to look like a real player. A few swings with the knife will reveal the true you. ...
  24. is a main character of the Annoying Orange series who is an infamous murder weapon. Orange usually warns characters about their demise before knifing by Knife happens: the first time he didn't warn a character who was about to be knifed, was in the first appearance of Knife as a character as he ...
  25. Intellectual sharpness or aggression, depending on how the knife is used / Penetrating ideas or emotions; creating something new for yourself or removing unwanted parts; feeling exposed or betrayed; wanting clarity or substance (cutting through the crap); hurtful comments (cutting remarks); ...