Translation of bodkin in Spanish:


aguja de jareta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɑdkən/ /ˈbɒdkɪn/


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    aguja de jareta feminine
    • Thus the body of the witch might be subjected to penetration by bodkins or needles as the insensible spot was sought.
    • Isaac Newton risked his vision by poking a bodkin beneath his eyeball to understand how we see.
    • There is a nail knot/tying tool, clipper/nipper, a bodkin - which as we all know is a needle.