breadknife

breadknife

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

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

[ˈbrɛdˌnaɪf] n (-knives (pl)) [ˈbrɛdˌnaɪvz]coltello per il pane or da pane
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