A sword-like tool used for cutting large plants with a chopping motion. A machete's blade is usually 50 to 65 centimeters (cm) long, and up to three millimeters (mm) thick.
verb (machet, ing)
To cut or chop with a machete.
After some hours of intense work, we had macheted a path through the jungle to the bank of the river.
To hack or chop crudely with a blade other than a machete.
You can't just about with a rapier and expect to succeed; you need to thrust properly.
an edible fish of the family Scombridae, often speckled.
The North American lake trout, wikispecies:Salvelinus namaycush, Salvelinus namaycush.
An animal that has a reputation for eating humans, such as the tiger or shark.
(context, by extension, slang) A woman with a threatening attitude, often readily taking and discarding male romantic partners.
A coastal town in Kent, England.
A game fish having a pointed spearlike upper jaw belonging to either of the genera Tetrapturus or Makaira.
Any of several species of fish in the genera Brevoortia and Ethmidium, used for fish meal, fish oil, fertilizer, and bait
the spleen, especially of a domestic animal
1983: Adam Kadmon had pneumonia. Friar Goat cured it by tying a bullock"s to the soles of the lad"s feet, and burying the milt afterwards. Adam Kadmon immediately contracted the thrush. " Robert Nye, The Facts of Life
A male fish.
A small freshwater fish of the carp family
More generally, any small fish
(given name, female, ) An English and Irish pet name for Mary
noun (plural or monkfishes)
Any large bottom-dwelling anglerfish of the genus Lophius, such as Lophius piscatorius, of the Atlantic, having a large head and mouth.
angel shark, Angel sharks of the genus Squatina.
The Earth's moon; the sole natural satellite of the Earth, represented in astronomy and astrology by â¾.
any of the large cosmopolitan carnivorous eels of the family Muraenidae.
proper noun (infl, en, proper noun)
(given name, male, , ), often a diminutive of Mortimer
Any of various goby, gobies of the subfamily Oxudercinae that are able to survive out of water by breathing through their skins and having strong pectoral fins that act as simple legs.
noun (mullet or mullets)
A fish of the genus Mugil.
any of several large, predatory fish, of the genus Argyosomus, found along the eastern coast of Africa and the coasts of Australia; they are prized as sport
A large freshwater gamefish of the pike family, native to the lakes and rivers of eastern and middle western North America.