Translation of nail scissors in Spanish:

nail scissors

tijeras para uñas, n.

plural noun

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    tijeras para uñas feminine
    • They weren't even proper circles, either, some oval, some flattened, and all looking as if they had been cut out with a small pair of curved nail scissors in a very great hurry.
    • Gatwick and Heathrow reiterated passengers should not carry sharp objects, including nail scissors, razor blades and even knitting needles, amongst their hand luggage.
    • He'd tried to grow it long once but it started to bug him so much he grabbed a pair of nail scissors and attempted to hack it off.
    • I had a suspicious feeling he cut it with nail scissors.
    • My guess is that one can, with little difficulty, break eyeglasses to produce an edge that's pretty much as sharp as that on a pair of nail scissors.
    • I still haven't got round to getting any shears, but no matter: tonight I shall venture out with a pair of nail scissors!
    • I started off with the loppers (basically scissors with really long handles) which had proved very effective with the big thistles but it was like cutting the lawn with nail scissors.
    • Bookshelves house only books, and not also moisturiser, mobile phone chargers, pens and nail scissors.
    • That includes your favorite nail scissors, plus other scissors less than four inches long.
    • When the measures first came in, I lost a couple of pairs of nail scissors.
    • This week, I went into her room to find her in the middle of a pile of her clothes snipping at her hair with nail scissors.
    • But what about the eyebrow tweezers and the nail scissors?
    • A list of items, including nail scissors and other sharp objects, has also been issued which will be banned from hand luggage.
    • Stephanie took a pair of small nail scissors from her handbag and slowly chopped the gold card into pieces then she ceremonially tossed the bits into a nearby rubbish bin.
    • Those who fail to make the grade are subjected to punishments they have never experienced before such as cleaning the toilets with a toothbrush and cutting grass with nail scissors.
    • Any potential weapons, including nail scissors, letter openers and plastic knives, should not be placed in hand luggage, and passengers should allow extra time to check in.
    • Security on aircraft is tight enough - I can't get a pair of nail scissors on a flight, let alone a firearm.
    • I don't think any terrorist plot was ever foiled because we couldn't take our little nail scissors on board.
    • Ever since, billions of dollars and hours have been expended looking for nail scissors.
    • After the American had left, the assailant had grabbed his victim and began, with a pair of nail scissors, to clip off the girl's hair.