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pocket knife

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A small, portable knife with one or more blades of varying lengths that fold into a handle, which is usually made of wood, ivory, horn or bone. It may also be equipped with additional attachments, such as a can opener, a screwdriver, a nail file, etc., which also fold into the handle. Stored in the pocket, used for cutting small objects or food items.
Definition source(s)
  • Parks Canada / Parcs Canada, and Canadian Heritage Information Network / Réseau canadien d’information sur le patrimoine. 2009–2018. “Parks Canada Descriptive and Visual Dictionary of Objects / Dictionnaire descriptif et visuel de Parcs Canada.” 2009–2018.
Term (International)
pocket knife
Inverted term (International)
knife, pocket
Term (International)
couteau de poche
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Alternative term(s)
canif; couteau pliant
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Parks Canada code(s)
  • 03-00366
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Art & Architecture Thesaurus pocket knife (Art & Architecture Thesaurus) English Exact
Wikidata pocket knife (Wikidata) English Exact
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