Definition of knife block in English:

knife block

Translate knife block into Spanish

Pronunciation /ˈnīf ˌbläk/ /ˈnaɪf ˌblɑk/


  • A block of wood or other solid material, containing long grooves in which kitchen knives of various sizes can be inserted up to the handle.

    • ‘Beau's parents + sister gave me a knife block with knives, scissors, a chopping board and a bunch of other utensils.’
    • ‘If that's not your style you could go back to basics and opt for a bread bin, a 40 litre pedestal dustbin and a knife block with six to 12 knives.’
    • ‘Her mother ignored her, pulling out a butcher's knife from the wooden knife block.’
    • ‘By the time she was on her feet Jo had selected a knife from the knife block.’


knife block

/ˈnīf ˌbläk/ /ˈnaɪf ˌblɑk/