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  1. blade

    • IPA[blād]


    • n.
      the flat cutting edge of a knife, saw, or other tool or weapon;short for razor blade
    • v.
      skate using in-line skates
    • noun: blade, plural noun: blades

    • 釋義


    • 1. the flat cutting edge of a knife, saw, or other tool or weapon cut cleanly using a sharp blade
    • short for razor blade
    • literary a sword.
    • a long, narrow flake.
    • 2. the flat, wide section of an implement or device such as an oar or a propeller.
    • a thin, flat metal runner on an ice skate.
    • a prosthetic lower limb designed for athletes, consisting of a flattened length of carbon fiber with a long, curved section at the base Lydia is being taught to run on blades the Paralympics brought prosthetics such as running blades into the limelight.
    • 3. a shoulder bone in a cut of meat, or the cut of meat itself.
    • the flat part of the tongue behind the tip.
    • 4. a long, narrow leaf of grass or another similar plant a blade of grass
    • the broad, thin part of a leaf apart from the stalk.
    • 5. informal, dated a dashing or energetic young man the director, a young blade in an oversized suit


    • 1. US informal skate using in-line skates we bladed into the parking lot behind Mensky's