Translation of pocketknife in Spanish:

pocketknife

navaja, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɑkətˌnaɪf//ˈpɒkɪtnʌɪf/

noun

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    navaja feminine
    • Thinking quickly, I opened a pocketknife and cut Derek's ropes loose.
    • Reaching into my right cargo pocket, I produced a small pocketknife.
    • I reached into my back pocket and pulled out a pocketknife.
    • The thief turned around and brandished his pocketknife.
    • Silently, Shawn reached a hand into the right pocket on his jeans and withdrew a compact pocketknife, flicking it open.
    • I pulled it out of my pocket and found my pocketknife.
    • He had cut through his own by taking out a pocketknife, for he was blessed with longer arms, and he was able to reach it almost directly after she had tied him up.
    • He reached under his pillow and pulled out his pocketknife.
    • He opened the pocketknife to expose its glistening blade.
    • Walking forward he pulled the silver pocketknife from his pocket then started peeling the thorns off, and cutting the stems.
    • Edgar pulled a pocketknife from his pocket and quickly slit through the tape.
    • ‘You won't feel a thing,’ he whispered to me as he grabbed his pocketknife out of his pocket.
    • After that, he shrugged and held the pocketknife down.
    • She took out her pocketknife and stabbed it into the wooden table.
    • I pointed over to the leftover boxes and gave him the pocketknife.
    • Reaching into his back pocket, he pulled out a large pocketknife and snapped it open.
    • I took a small pocketknife out of my bag and cut their ropes.
    • She was afraid to struggle; she knew quite well that he kept a pocketknife in his back pocket.