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Blade (cuchilla)

the flat, sharp, metal part of a knife, tool or weapon

Corkscrew (sacacorchos)

a piece of equipment used for pulling corks out of wine bottles


a device for pulling corks from bottles, consisting of a spiral metal rod that is
inserted into the cork and a handle that extracts it.

Foil (papel de aluminio)

metal made into very thin sheets like paper and used mainlyfor covering
food

Gripping (agarre)

take and keep a firm hold of; grasp tightly.

Inches (pulgadas)

a unit for measuring length , equal to 2.54 centimetres

Lean (apoyarse)

to move the top part of your body in a particular direction :


be in or move into a sloping position.

Sharp (afilado)

having a very thin or pointed edge that can cut things

Should (debera)

used to refer to a possible event in the future :


used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, typically when criticizing
someone's actions.

Sparkling (espumoso)

water / wine with bubbles in it


(of a drink) effervescent.

Sure (Seguro)

certainly (used for emphasis).


without any doubts