glasscutter


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glasscutter

(ˈɡlɑːsˌkʌtə)
n
1. (Tools) a small hand tool that is specially designed for cutting sheets of glass, having a cutting wheel of steel or tungsten carbide and notches for snapping the glass
2. (Professions) a person whose job is to cut glass to the correct size and shape required
Translations

glasscutter

[ˈglɑːsˌkʌtəʳ] N (= tool) → cortavidrios m inv; (= person) → cortador(a) m/f de vidrio
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He said that his brother, Naeem, was a glasscutter who used to live near Youhanabad.
Karasuyama provided details on how he is able to pick any lock at will and how to silently use a glasscutter on a window, and even recommended investing in a new hybrid car as they have engines that are very quiet and do not attract attention when on the "job".
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These can be cut with a glasscutter available at hardware stores, and 6 X 10 cm plates seem to work best, with a 600 ml beaker to hold the solvent.
These events could be either amusing or mortifying--such as when he kneaded a dough of flour and urine into our oriental carpet, slashed a glasscutter across the screen of our new TV or mutilated a cousin's wedding cake before it was cut.
When using a glasscutter, care must be taken to hold it upright with the teeth facing away from you.
The thieves used a glasscutter to remove glass from the cabinet, but an attempt to raid another cabinet containing copies of The Pickwick Papers was unsuccessful.
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Two men came up to the Nottingham man's van as he stopped outside Glasscutter News, in Glasscutter Road, Tamworth, at 6.