- n.刀; 匕首; 刃部; 手术刀;
- vt.切割，刺; 伤害;
- vi.劈开; 划过;
- 复数: knives;
- 第三人称单数: knives;
- 过去式: knifed;
- 过去分词: knifed;
- 现在分词: knifing;
This knife needs sharpening.
She produced the knife during arguments with her friends.
Two of the knife thrusts were fatal.
Two robbers broke into her home, held a knife to her throat and stole her savings.
Using a sharp knife, cut away the pith and peel from both fruits.
He knew that under the surgeon's knife he would surely die.
Trim off the excess pastry using a sharp knife.
I pulled a knife and threatened her.
Officers had found a large bread knife on the rubbish tip.
He was arrested last October still carrying a bloody knife.
Some punk stuck a knife in her last night.
" There you are — like a knife through butter,'said the demonstrator as the powered shovel swung back with its load.
当动力铲带着铲起的东西转回来时,示范的人说, “ 你瞧是不是,多么容易. ”
He slashed the bark off the tree with his knife.
The knife penetrated his finger.
This knife is very keen.
The knife did not pierce very deeply.
She murdered her husband with a knife.
The realisation that she was gone was like a knife thrust.
He ground the knife sharp.
The thief wounded her in the arm with his knife.
The knife fell from her nerveless fingers.
The knife wound penetrated to the bone.
He tapered the stick with a knife.
A sharp knife makes a clean cut.
The boy traded his knife for a cricket bat.
Liu Hulan unflinchingly faced death under the butcher's knife of the enemy.
He went camping with a knife stuck in his belt each time.
The knife fell from his nerveless hand.
Blade and handle are the component parts of a knife.
You are welcome to the loan of my knife.
If we ask Americans why they eat with knives and forks, or why their men wear pants instead of skirts, or why they may be married to only one person at a time, we are likely to get similar and very uninformative answers: "Because it's right.
1. edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle
2. a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point
3. any long thin projection that is transient;
"tongues of flame licked at the walls"
"rifles exploded quick knives of fire into the dark"
1. use a knife on;
"The victim was knifed to death"
before you can say knife
(informal)very quickly; almost instantaneously
(that) one could cut with a knife
(of an accent or atmosphere) very obvious
get (或 stick) the knife into (或 in) someone
(informal)do something hostile or aggressive to someone
go (或 be) under the knife
the knives are out for someone
(informal)there is open hostility (towards someone)
like a hot knife through butter
very easily; without any resistance or difficulty
anti-aircraft fire would slice through the car like a hot knife through butter.
twist (或 turn) the knife (in the wound)
deliberately make someone's sufferings worse
under the knife【非正式用语】
刀口仪 knife-edge tester 用阴影法来检验曲面面形不规则误差的带有照明器的刀口装置。 刀子 由刀刃支撑横梁的刀形零件。
刀口检验 knife-edge test