How to say knife in Czech: nůž

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How to say knife in Czech: nůž

Learning Czech for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say knife in Czech: nůž
Say it out loud: “noozh

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Some more helpful words in our Czech Table Settings category:

fork – vidlice  (vid leet say)
glass – sklenice  (skleh neets eh)
knife – nůž  (noozh)
napkin – ubrousek  (oo bro sek)
plate – talíř  (tahl eezh)
spoon – lžíce  (luh zyeet say)

And here’s how to say knife in other languages!

Arabic–Sekkeen  (sek keen)
Chinese–Dāo  (Dao)
Croatian–nož  (noash)
Czech–nůž  (noozh)
Finnish–veitsi  (vait sih)
French–couteau  (coo toe)
German–messer  (mess uh)
Italian–coltello  (koll tell o)
Japanese–Naifu  (Na'I Foo)
Korean–Naipeu  (Knife)
Polish–nóż  (noosh)
Portuguese–Faca  (fah kah)
Russian–nozh  (nohzh)
Spanish–cuchillo  (koo chee yo)
Swahili–kisu  (kee soo)
Thai–Mit  (MEET)
Turkish–bıçak  (buh chawk)
Vietnamese–Dao  (Yow)

The basics. Eating implements include a fork and "knife" (nůž). While these may be your preference, some cultures will only provide a spoon. Worry not, however! You can ask for your "knife" (nůž) in Czech. Learn more about cooking and eating implements through the instant access to the Czech Language Set.

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Chris Buginas
Biography: Chris Buginas is a property developer and part time English Lecturer living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Since graduating with a BS in English from Deaconess College in 1998, Chris has lived in the Czech Republic, where he studied Czech Language and Czech Film History at Charles University, and then Busan, South Korea before settling in Vietnam. Chris currently spends his time renovating French Colonial properties in downtown Saigon which are rented to holidaymakers seeking a unique place to stay, scouring the city for unique antique furniture finds, and teaching IELTS and TOEIC test prep classes to Vietnamese university students.
Born: Santa Clara, CA. USA
Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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