sword
[sɔːd]
sustantivo
1. espada (f)
  • sword dance -> danza (f) del sable

sword [suord]
sustantivo
1. Espada, arma blanca; sable.
2. Poder de la espada; dominio; derecho de vida y muerte; el poder militar en contraposición al civil. (Figurado)
  • Broadsword -> espada ancha, sable
  • Cut and thrust sword -> espada-sable
  • To put to the sword -> pasar a filo de espada, pasar a cuchillo
  • To fire and sword -> a fuego y sangre
  • Sword-arm -> brazo derecho
  • Sword-belt -> cinturón
  • Sword-cane -> bastón de estoque
  • Sword dance -> danza de espadas
  • Sword-guard, sword-hilt -> empuñadura, puño, guarda de la espada
  • Sword-play -> asalto y defensa con la espada
  • Sword-shaped -> ensiforme, que tiene la forma de una espada
  • Sword-law -> la ley del más fuerte
  • Sword-player -> esgrimidor
  • To cross swords with someone -> reñir con alguien

sword [sɔːd]
noun
espada (f)
to put sb to the sword pasar a algn a cuchillo
to cross swords with sb habérselas con algn
to be a double-edged sword ser un arma de doble filo
The strong yen is a double-edged sword for Japan We're going to have literally hundreds of military rockets that are going to be available for some sort of application. There are a lot of people in this country who think that it would be a good idea to beat those swords into plowshares and use them for launching small satellites into space Public opinion at the grassroots is now reacting with great warmth to the Gorbachev vision of a world that turns swords into ploughshares
those that live by the sword die by the sword el que a hierro mata a hierro muere
modifier
sword dance (n) danza (f) de espadas

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