\ˈaks], \ˈaks], \ˈa_k_s]\
Definitions of AXE
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chop or split with an ax, as of wood
terminate, as of a project or a program; "The NSF axed the research program and stopped funding it"
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n. [Anglo-Saxon] An instrument usually of iron, with a steel edge, for hewing timber, chopping wood, &Ñ.
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