knife-sharpener

knife-sharpener

n
(Cookery) a kitchen implement that is used to sharpen knives
Translations

knife-sharpener

[ˈnaɪfˌʃɑːpnəʳ] n (tool) → affilacoltelli m inv
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With no cars in the streets then, the only traffic interrupting our daily "footie" marathons came in the familiar shape of coalmen, binmen, lemonade men, rag 'n' bone men with their horse and carts, individuals delivering Wall's Ice Cream from a distinctive three-wheeler bike, or the occasional knife-sharpener.
It also has a knife-sharpener and bottle-opener so it is truly a 3-in-1 kitchen gadget.
Popular knife and knife-sharpener brands include Benchmade, Lansky Sharpeners, Buck Knives, Diamond Machining Technology and Columbia River Knife & Tool.
Although the knife-sharpener business has been flat nationwide, the firm has seen rapid growth over the past few years by deciding to become a full-line supplier to all consumer retail channels.
Those were the halcyon days when anyone from a window-cleaner to a knife-sharpener might knock on the door and service your equipment.
Pic closes on Silvestro's encounter with a village knife-sharpener (Vittorio Vigneri) who discourses in sharp, poetic dialogue on the world's beauties and "offenses.
99), Siemens Porsche kettle (RRP pounds 68), 42-piece cutlery set (RRP pounds 200), Jonell knife-sharpener (RRP pounds 35), Lion Sabatier Verone six-piece knife block set (RRP pounds 160), Febreze Light & Refresh candle, plus pounds 200 awarded as cheque.
EdgeCraft's Chef'sChoice brand celebrates 25 years of electric knife-sharpeners this year, having launched the first professional home use sharpener, the Chef'sChoice Diamond Hone Sharpener Model 100, back in 1985.
Of course, there were the ice cream mixers and scoopers, the boxers and singers, the carters and knife-sharpeners, the fish fryers and entertainers, the priests and the confectioners, all the occupations always associated with Italy.
His paper chase has led him to retrieve notes left on telephone poles, ads for handymen and knife-sharpeners, posters announcing some long-forgotten church meeting--discarded documents that "tell the story of life in the city.