Translation of switchblade in Spanish:


navaja automática, n.

(switchblade knife)

Pronunciation /ˈswɪtʃbleɪd//ˈswɪtʃˌbleɪd/



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    navaja automática feminine
    navaja de resorte feminine Mexico
    • The Twins then put their switchblades back in their pockets and helped Melissa back on her feet.
    • Supposedly, the child has multiple weapons (including guns, knives, switchblades, etc) hidden in her room, and various drugs.
    • He drew his switchblade from his pocket and pressed the blade release button.
    • The man drew out a switchblade the size of a penknife.
    • Sticking his hand in his pocket to finger his switchblade, Roger sped up a bit, but the footsteps followed him in perfect synchronization.
    • Checking to make sure all the windows were closed and the doors locked, I pocketed my old switchblade and headed out the door.
    • You've got your 13-year-olds with switchblades coming out of every pocket.
    • He took out the switchblade and replaced it with a survival knife from the supply box, knowing it would be more useful.
    • I pulled my switchblade from my pocket and held it up.
    • Her black eyes were unfocused, her other hand absent-mindedly fondling the pocketed switchblade.
    • He grabbed the switchblade from his back pocket as Carl got closer and closer.
    • Dan reached into a pocket and pulled out a switchblade.
    • They may not carry switchblades, but they have other weapons just as powerful in their arsenal.
    • I reached into my left jacket pocket and pulled out a switchblade knife.
    • Suddenly Jorge pulled out a switchblade from his pocket.
    • The sneering henchmen that talked to her earlier walked forward and handed him a switchblade from his pocket.
    • She picks up the switchblade and puts it into her pockets.
    • She wished she could reach the switchblade in her skirt's back pocket and cut herself loose.
    • One display case was reserved for switchblades.
    • They both carried switchblades and were involved in gambling and prostitution.