breadknife

breadknife

(ˈbrɛdnaɪf)
n, pl -knives
(Cookery) a knife, usually with a serrated blade, used for cutting slices from a loaf of bread
Translations

breadknife

[ˈbrednaɪf] N (breadknives (pl)) → cuchillo m para cortar pan

breadknife

[ˈbrɛdˌnaɪf] n (-knives (pl)) [ˈbrɛdˌnaɪvz]coltello per il pane or da pane
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The pair then targeted Sidhu News in Washwood Heath Road, Ward End, where Leeson, 38, threatened the shopkeeper with a breadknife on March 11.
For a minute or two, nothing could be heard except sawing of the breadknife through the loaf.
In December 2015, Muhaydin Mire attacked commuters at Leytonstone underground station in London with a breadknife, injuring three.
A MCDONALD'S worker who Googled "How to kill someone and get away with it" the night before slitting his girlfriend's throat with a breadknife has been found guilty of attempted murder.
He pulled up in a car and threatened three women while armed with a large breadknife, said prosecutor Peter Sabiston.
The attacker, armed with a breadknife, then haphazardly attempted to cut his throat.
GE-naydyn took a breadknife from the kitchen as the argument escalated and stabbed his wife six times.
He said he was crying and could see McManus was holding what appeared to be a large breadknife in her hand.
A TRIO of hooded thugs armed with a breadknife and a hammer launched a terrifying attack on a lone shop worker.
A WOULD-BE robber donned a balaclava and a breadknife before demanding cash from supermarket staff.
Stewart, of Llandderfel, near Bala, left the party, but after midnight Mr Jones and other guests were smoking outside the village hall when he approached and pulled a large breadknife from his clothing and held it out.
All the sisters were running around, and he was chasing, leaving rock pillars everywhere (such as the Breadknife in [Warrumbungle National Park]).