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spoke·shave

 (spōk′shāv′)
n.
A drawknife of a design originally used for shaping spokes, now used for making rounded edges.
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spokeshave

(ˈspəʊkˌʃeɪv)
n
(Tools) a small plane with two handles, one on each side of its blade, used for shaping or smoothing cylindrical wooden surfaces, such as spokes
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spoke•shave

(ˈspoʊkˌʃeɪv)

n.
a cutting tool having a blade set between two handles, used for dressing curved edges of wood and forming round bars and shapes.
[1500–10]
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Spokeshave

A small drawknife with a blade only about three inches long that was intended to be used in making wagon spokes and other rounded items.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.spokeshave - a small plane that has a handle on each side of its blade; used for shaping or smoothing cylindrical wooden surfaces (originally wheel spokes)
carpenter's plane, woodworking plane, plane - a carpenter's hand tool with an adjustable blade for smoothing or shaping wood; "the cabinetmaker used a plane for the finish work"
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Translations

spokeshave

[ˈspəʊkʃeɪv] Nraedera f
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spokeshave

nSchabhobel m, → Speichenhobel m
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