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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of carving knife

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of carving knife:
/kɑɹvɪŋ najf/

Derived Form of carving

noun
plural: carvings
verb
root word: carve
third person: carves
past: carved
past participle: carved
present participle: carving
Noun
1
a sculpture created by removing material (as wood or ivory or stone) in order to create a desired shape
Hyponymscinquefoil, glyptic art, scrimshaw, vermiculation, woodcarving,
Hypernymssculpture,
2
removing parts from hard material to create a desired pattern or shape
Synonymscutting,
Hyponymspetroglyph, truncation,
Hypernymscreating by removal,
3
creating figures or designs in three dimensions
Synonymssculpture,
Hyponymsmodeling,
Hypernymsart, fine arts,
Type ofart, artistic creation, artistic production, beaux arts, fine arts,
Typesmodeling, modelling, molding, moulding,
See alsocarve,
4
a sculpture created by carving (as wood or ivory or stone)
Type ofsculpture,
Typescinquefoil, glyptic art, glyptography, scrimshaw, vermiculation, woodcarving,
5
cutting away parts to create a desired shape
Synonymscutting,
Type ofcreating by removal,
Typestruncation,
See alsocarve,
Verb: carve
1
form by carving
  1. Carve a flower from the ice
Synonymscarve,
Hyponymsfret, hew, sculpt,
Hypernymscut, shape,
Type ofcutting, forging, forming, molding, moulding, shaping, working,
Typesfretting, graving, hewing, hewing out, sculpting, sculpturing,
See alsocarver, carving,
2
engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface
  1. carve one's name into the bark
Synonymscarve, chip at,
Hyponymschisel, engrave, scratch,
Hypernymscut,
Type ofcutting,
Typesengraving, graving, inscribing,
See alsocarver, carving,
3
cut to pieces
  1. Father carved the ham
Synonymscarve, cut up,
Hyponymsfillet, shave,
Hypernymscut,
Type ofcutting,
Typeschiseling, fileting, filleting, shaving,
See alsocarve up, carver,

Derived Form of knife

noun
plural: knives
verb
third person: knifes
past: knifed
past participle: knifed
present participle: knifing
Noun
1
edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle
Hyponymsbarong, bolo, Bowie knife, bread knife, butcher knife, carving knife, case knife, cleaver, drawknife, hunting knife, letter opener, linoleum knife, parang, parer, pocketknife, pruning knife, slicer, surgical knife, table knife,
Hypernymsedge tool,
Meronymsblade, haft, knife blade, point,
Partsblade, haft, helve, knife blade, point,
Type ofedge tool,
Typesbarong, bolo, bolo knife, Bowie knife, bread knife, butcher knife, carving knife, case knife, chopper, cleaver, drawknife, drawshave, hunting knife, letter opener, linoleum cutter, linoleum knife, meat cleaver, paper knife, paperknife, parang, parer, paring knife, pocket knife, pocketknife, pruning knife, sheath knife, slicer, surgical knife, table knife,
2
a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point
Hyponymsbayonet, dagger, khukuri, machete, shiv, trench knife, yataghan,
Hypernymsweapon,
Meronymspoint,
Partspeak, point, tip,
Type ofarm, weapon, weapon system,
Typesbayonet, dagger, flick-knife, khukuri, machete, matchet, panga, shiv, sticker, trench knife, yataghan,
3
any long thin projection that is transient
  1. tongues of flame licked at the walls
  2. rifles exploded quick knives of fire into the dark
Synonymstongue,
Hypernymsprojection,
Type ofprojection,
Verb
1
use a knife on
  1. The victim was knifed to death
Synonymsstab,
Hyponymsbayonet, poniard,
Hypernymsinjure,
Type ofinjure, wound,
Typesbayonet, poniard,

carving knife on Youtube

  1. here which is a chopping knife you have a mincing or a carving knife here and
  2. a draw knife, screwdrivers and even a carving knife
  3. Oh, maybe it's a carving knife
  4. No, I don't need to use a cake slicer or a fishing line, I can use a carving knife like a Real Man.
  5. then remove to a cutting board and run a chef's or carving knife along the side of the bone removing it from the steak
  6. Then I started to carve the foam down with the carving knife, trying to make it as domed as I could.
  7. I could have rollerbladed on it a carving knife might work to get some pigment gone
  8. the butchering of the LaBiancas, using an ivory-handled carving fork and a steak knife.
  9. And then once all that cures you wanna take an x-acto knife and start carving chunks that go all the way around.
  10. so this is what works for me now before i bought this knife i had an openel number 30 knife which
  11. Carving tools, Carving blocks, 6B pencils, Markers, Sponges, Palettes, Printing ink(Watercolors or Arcylic)
  12. According to the 1929 handbook Nishiki-e Carving and Printing
  13. in carving these lines Fujisawa hazards it's not the same
  14. They're carving up the world into superstates,
  15. this carving took 90 hours to complete and is made from limewood which is
  16. a few of my carvings so far you saw on the Abbeygate carving as well
  17. Somebody in the middle of fixing a knife. I got a varmint skinning knife. Is that better than my knife?
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  19. What about contracts? Knife me, knife you, kni- knife us
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