blade


blade
n.

1) a blunt, dull; sharp blade

2) a rotary blade

3) a razor blade

* * *
[bleɪd]
dull
sharp blade
a blunt
a razor blade
a rotary blade

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
/ (as of a knife or an oar) / , , ,


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