Spanish Word for razor  

English Word: razor

Spanish Word: maquinilla de afeitar
The Spanish Word for razor
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Translated sentences containing 'razor'
electrical outlet for the razor
Enchufe para la máquina de afeitar
With which razor blade do you guys shave?
¿Con que cuchilla os afeitais?
electrical outlet for the razor
Enchufe para la máquina de afeitar

Mr Gollnisch lives dangerously, constantly on the razor’s edge.
El señor Gollnisch vive peligrosamente, siempre en el filo de la navaja.
If they had not picked a certain number of pockets by the evening, their lips were burnt with cigarettes or their lower legs were slashed with razor blades.
Si por la noche no lograban robar un determinado número de carteras, se les quemaban los labios con cigarrillos o se les cortaban las pantorrillas con cuchillas de afeitar.
Or does the Western expert' s razor-sharp criticism levelled at the European Union for its dismissive attitude towards Roma asylum-seekers cut ice after all?
O, ¿acaso surte efecto la crítica aguda del científico occidental hacia la Unión Europea en cuanto al rechazo de los romaníes solicitantes de asilo?
In a fine review in a German quality newspaper yesterday, I read a razor-sharp satire on the political degeneration of Romania under post-Communist rule.
En una excelente reseña de un periódico alemán de primera línea, leí ayer una sátira agudísima sobre la degeneración política de Rumanía bajo el Gobierno poscomunista.
This is the razor-sharp conclusion of an open letter of 14 June which five human rights organisations have addressed to the foreign ministers of the European Union.
Esta es la perspicaz conclusión de una carta abierta del 14 de junio que han enviado cinco organizaciones defensoras de los derechos humanos a los ministros de asuntos exteriores de la Unión Europea.
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