Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Blade"

The meaning of "Blade" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does i could take him, I've got my blades in the car.
se refiere a patines pero la palabra blades no tiene ningun significado que se refiera a patines mean?
A: blades can be short for rollerblades, or ice skates
Q: What does a blade of grass mean?
A: One single piece of grass.

"Grass" is an uncountable noun.
"Blade of grass" makes it countable.

"She has hay fever so even one blade of grass makes her sneeze."
"You can't ask me to count how many blades of grass there are in this field."
Q: What does It may cause the blade to bind or break. mean?
A: It may cause the blade to stick to the material it's cutting through.
Q: What does blade of grass mean?
A: It's talking about one strand of grass, or multiple depends how you word it
Q: What does got served the double edged blade mean?
A: I have never heard this expression. There is a similar expression, a "double edged sword", which means that it is a weapon that can backfire (you can cut not only the enemy but also yourself).

Example sentences using "Blade"

Q: Please show me example sentences with blade.
A: There are many meanings for the word blade.
1. The flat cutting part of a sword or knife

I cut my hand on the blade of the knife.

2. a sword or knife

3. similar part, such as a mechanical part used for clearing, wiping, scraping,

The blade of a windshield wiper made swishing sounds as it cleared the rain from the window.

4. the arm of a propeller or other similar rotary mechanism

Example: an electric fan or turbine, a blade on a plane or helicopter propeller

5. the leaf of a plant,
Example: a blade of grass
Q: Please show me example sentences with blade.
A: I sharpened my blade for battle

أنا شحذ بلدي شفرة للمعركة

Synonyms of "Blade" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The blade won't go through. and The blade won't get through. ?
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Q: What is the difference between blade and sword ?
A: A blade is a sharp edge. A sword has at least one blade. Some kinds have more. Sometimes blade is used as slang for sword or knife.
Q: What is the difference between blade and leaf ?
A: I've never heard anyone say a blade of grass but I'm going to try to help you anyways. Grass grows from the ground and leaves grow from trees.
Q: What is the difference between blade and sword ?
A: A Sword is an actual weapon, with the blade being the sharp, metal part. Blades can be anywhere. In knifes, fan, razor, etc.
Q: What is the difference between blade and sword ?
A: The blade is the sharp metal part of the sword.

a sword is a blade with a handle

Translations of "Blade"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Please have a blade.
A: Blade of grassのbladeです。bladeは草の特別な数え方です。
Please have a bladeは「一本を食べてみてください」

Other questions about "Blade"

Q: Here below, each blade of grass, each grain of sand, each drop of rain may be significant.

Is it correct?
A: Perfect!
Q: it hurts like billion of blades scratches at my heart. does this sound natural?
A: It hurts. It’s like billions of blades are scratching my heart.
Q: the blade is polished.
the blade was polished.
the blade is being polished. does this sound natural?
A: @kumakuma:
"The blade is polished" means the blade has been polished.
"The blade was polished" is just the past tense of "The blade is polished," which means it's not polished anymore.
"The blade is being polished" means someone is polishing the blade right now :)
I hope this helps!~ ( ´ ▽ ` )ノ
Q: Get the blade out to cut the paper. does this sound natural?
A: Did you mean "scissors" instead of "blade?"

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