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knife in English:

1. knife knife

Put the knife down.
He was found guilty of attempted murder for attacking his mother with a knife.
Christopher Columbus once cut himself with a knife. It made him so angry that he then cut the knife... with himself.
Chinese food was served in small portions which did not require cutting with a knife or fork.
And yet the large blocks of stone are fitted together so closely that you cannot put in the point of a knife between them.
In the kitchen, you're more apt to cut yourself with a dull knife than with a sharp one.
The correct setting for silverware is the fork on the left side of the plate and on the right side the knife then the spoon.
Excuse me, can I have another knife, please? This one is dirty.
This carving knife ... it's one made by a famous swordsmith.
I would hate to see him mess up one of his butterfly knife tricks.
You might not need a grater if you have good knife skills.
In May, they set on him in the street, attacking him with fists, kicks and a knife.
Alton Brown doesn't like garlic presses. He says they only really have one function, which can be done with a knife.
Detached reflection cannot be demanded in the presence of an uplifted knife.
Avoiding one-use kitchen utensils, Elton forgoes apple corers, preferring the more versatile paring knife.

English word "knife"(knife) occurs in sets:

Object ID - Home: Kitchen