- [C][U]刀 sharp blade with a handle, used for cutting or as a weapon or cutting blade in a machine or tool
- vt. 切割,刺 cut or stab with a knife
edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle
a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point
any long thin projection that is transient;
"tongues of flame licked at the walls"
"rifles exploded quick knives of fire into the dark"
use a knife on;
"The victim was knifed to death"
- He cleaved an apple with a knife.
- I picked up the knife and threw it out of the window.
- His cheek was badly scarred by a knife cut.
- The victim had been knifed in the chest.
- He immersed the knife in boiling water.
- Blade and handle are the component parts of a knife.
- The knife is dull.
- Is this knife sharp or dull?
- The knife is so dull that it will not cut.
- He is awkward with a knife and fork.
- Put your knife and fork down on the plate if you've finished eating.
- He carved the meat with a large knife.
- He'd been stabbed four times with a kitchen knife.
- This is the identical knife with which the murder was committed.
- The jewel thief killed one of the policemen with a knife.
- He picked up the knife and stabbed her.
- I need a knife to spread butter on the bread.
- The criminal knifed his victim in a rage.
- The thief knifed his chaser.
- A terrible pain knifed his body.
- The victim has been knifed.
- During the fight he was knifed in the stomach.
- have〔get〕 one's knife in〔into〕 sb
跟某人过不去,敌视某人 continue to treat sb as an enemy
- like a knife through butter
容易,遇不到抵抗或困难 easily; without meeting any resistance or difficulty
- you could cut it with a knife
很明显,很突出,浓重 it was very obvious or heavy
- knife through( v.+prep. )
穿过 go through sth
knife through sth
The cruiser knifed through the heavy sea.
A new highway knifes through the jungle.
- draw a knife 抽出一把刀
- open one's knife 把折刀打开
- play knife and fork 饱餐一顿
- pull a knife 拔刀
- put a knife into 用刀刺某人
- knife rest 刀架
He ate a little of the lean..; then he..laid down his knife and fork.出自： Arnold Bennett
I was skinned by the icy knives of the wind.出自：Observer
I would have thought no more of knifing him than of smoking this cigar.出自： Conan Doyle
Rape..is violence, just as much as being knifed.出自： S. Kitzinger
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的cnif，意为刀。