Translation of adze in Spanish:


azuela, n.

Pronunciation /ædz/ /adz/


(US adz)
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    azuela feminine
    • Tools consist now of bone, wood and stone, made up as an adze, knife blade, borer, arrow or spearhead.
    • Specialized war weapons may be lacking - after all, war can be fought with such ordinary tools as adzes or hunting spears.
    • A man sat near his house using an adze to sculpt a handle for his bill-hook.
    • There, slowly but surely, a keel took shape as the axes and adzes flew and the wood chips piled up below.
    • Hand tools like the axe and the adze have thousands of years of history.
    • Some groups mounted blades as axes, others as adzes.
    • Stone tools include delicately made blades, microburins, burins, scrapers, and adzes.
    • Technical ice tools are available with either bent or straight shafts and either hammerheads or adzes.
    • I lift out one ax, twirl it, slam in the adze, and gingerly test it.
    • I could easily plane a length of wood or weld up sheet metal, but would I be as effective if all I had to work with was an adze or forge?
    • On the other side is an adze for chopping steps and clearing rotten ice for screws.
    • To him, money is a useful tool that humans will discard along the way, like the adz or the sword.
    • Two cold oranges arrive, looking as if they've been peeled with an adze.
    • A carpenter with his adz is an example for the second type of motion.
    • The whole thing is hand-carved, as you can see by the adze marks on the frames.
    • They are simply tools, just like an axe or adze, and only as good as the person using them.
    • He shapes the chairs by using a chainsaw and a chair maker's adze.
    • In the Middle Ages flooring began to be used rough - hewn planks, shaped by broad ax and foot adz.
    • When your ice ax is stowed on your pack, place protectors on the tip, adz, and spike to prevent injury to you and others.
    • The large upright stone also bears the marks of where new adze heads were ground and sharpened.