Translation of razor in Spanish:


navaja (de afeitar), n.

Pronunciation /ˈreɪzə//ˈreɪzər/


  • 1also cutthroat razor

    navaja (de afeitar) feminine
    navaja (de rasurar) feminine Mexico
    barbera feminine Colombia
  • 2also safety razor

    cuchilla de afeitar feminine
    máquina de afeitar feminine
    maquinilla de afeitar feminine Spain
    rastrillo masculine Mexico
  • 3

    máquina de afeitar feminine
    maquinilla de afeitar feminine Spain
    máquina de rasurar feminine Mexico
    afeitadora (eléctrica) feminine
    rasuradora (eléctrica) feminine Mexico
    • He then turns back to the mirror, straight razor in hand.
    • She stared into the bathroom mirror as she held a small razor in her hand.
    • Feo eventually looked healthy and happy, especially once I had trimmed his fur with a shaving razor.
    • Some people will be giving away the razors to sell the blades.
    • I've been using an electric razor for over a decade now, only been replaced once.
    • Disposable razors are very sharp and you can just throw them away when they're done.
    • The advent of safety razors has rendered local barbers jobless.
    • They can also hold dad's shaving razors and brushes.
    • The equation is simple: pets plus kids plus safety razors equals a damn good time!
    • He noticed that men had to constantly sharpen their razors, which would dull after only a few uses.
    • She went to her bag and pulled out a small hand-held manual razor.
    • I also tried a disposable straight razor and never got the hang of it.
    • In 1901, Gillette introduced his double-edged bladed disposable safety razor.
    • They used an electric razor on me and my back itched for days.
    • When he sat down, the barber held a straight razor to his throat and spun the chair.
    • He hurried to his own rucksack, where he pulled out a razor.
    • Women who want to remove underarm hair should use an electric razor or cream rather than a blade.
    • Sitting in the tub I grabbed my razor, and held it in my hand.
    • There was soap, and bath gel, even hot lather and a shaving razor.
    • She pulled the razor away from her wrist and put it back in the basket.