English version

carving knife

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcarving knifeˈcarving knife noun [countable]  a large knife used for cutting large pieces of meat
Examples from the Corpus
carving knifeWhen the first coal fell he went out with a pot and a carving knife.Dropping down into the galley for a carving knife, he cut the rope loose from his neck.Her son had been stabbed twice through the back with a carving knife, as he lay in his cot.His carving knife was only about half an inch wide at the centre where constant sharpening had worn it away.Dad tests the blade of the carving knife.
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