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slice

 (slīs)
n.
1.
a. A thin broad piece cut from a larger object: ate a slice of cheese; examined a slice of the diseased lung.
b. An often wedge-shaped piece cut from a larger, usually circular object: ordered a slice of pie; shared a slice of pizza.
2. A portion or share: a slice of the profits.
3.
a. A knife with a broad, thin, flexible blade, used for cutting and serving food.
b. A similar implement for spreading printing ink.
4. Sports
a. The course of a ball that curves in the direction of the dominant hand of the player propelling it, as to the right of a right-handed player.
b. A stroke that causes a ball to follow such a course: a golfer with a bad slice.
c. A ball propelled on such a course.
d. A stroke, as in tennis, in which the ball is struck with a downward motion with the open face of the racket in order to impart backspin.
v. sliced, slic·ing, slic·es
v.tr.
1. To cut or divide into slices: slice a loaf of bread.
2. To cut from a larger piece: slice off a piece of salami.
3. To cut through or move through with an action like cutting: "where wheels have freshly sliced the April mire" (Robert Frost).
4. To divide into portions or shares; parcel out: "With mortgage securitisation, a pool of home loans is sliced into tranches bearing different degrees of risk" (David Shirreff).
5. To reduce or remove from a larger amount or entity: sliced 10 percent off the asking price.
6. Sports To hit (a ball) with a slice.
v.intr.
1. To make a cut with a cutting implement: I sliced into the cake.
2. To move like a knife: The destroyer sliced through the water.
3. Sports To hit a ball with a slice.
Idiom:
any way/no matter how you slice it
No matter how you look at it; no matter how it is analyzed.

[Middle English sclice, splinter, from Old French esclice, from esclicier, to splinter, of Germanic origin.]

slice′a·ble adj.
slic′er n.

slicer

(ˈslaɪsə)
n
1. a machine that slices bread, etc, usually with an electrically driven band knife or circular knife
2. (Electronics) electronics a limiter having two boundary values, the portion of the signal between these values being passed on
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.slicer - a golfer whose shots typically curve right (for right-handed golfers)
golf player, golfer, linksman - someone who plays the game of golf
2.slicer - a machine for cutting; usually with a revolving blade
machine - any mechanical or electrical device that transmits or modifies energy to perform or assist in the performance of human tasks
3.slicer - knife especially designed for slicing particular foods, as cheese
knife - edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle
Translations
قَطّاعَه
na ovocenůž na sýr
osteskærerpålægsmaskine
GemüsehobelSchneidemesser
szeletelõgép
krájač
dilimleyici

slicer

[ˈslaɪsəʳ] Nmáquina f de cortar

slicer

n (= cheese-slicer, cucumber-slicer etc)Hobel m; (= machine, = bread-slicer)Brot(schneide)maschine f, → Brotschneider m; (= bacon-slicer)˜ Wurstschneidemaschine f

slicer

[ˈslaɪsəʳ] naffettatrice f

slice

(slais) noun
1. a thin broad piece (of something). How many slices of meat would you like?
2. a part or share. Who got the largest slice of the profits?
verb
1. to cut into slices. He sliced the sausage/cucumber.
2. to cut (as) with a sharp blade or knife. The blade slipped and sliced off the tip of his forefinger.
3. in golf etc, to hit (a ball) in such a way that it curves away to the right (or in the case of a left-handed player, to the left).
sliced adjective
(negative unsliced) cut into slices. a sliced loaf.
slicer noun
cheese slicer.
References in classic literature ?
Tess was standing at the uncovered end, chopping off with a bill-hook the fibres and earth from each root, and throwing it after the operation into the slicer.
The man at the slicer, having nothing else to do with his eyes, continually observed the comer, but Tess, who was occupied, did not perceived him till her companion directed her attention to his approach.
They were at some distance from the man who turned the slicer, and the movement of the machine, too, sufficiently prevented Alec's words reaching other ears.
Surely," he began again, in more impetuous tones, and then looked round at the labourer who turned the slicer.
Chuck that cheese slicer out of the window," he said, "and tell 'em inside that Mr.
Now, our electronic Power Dicer Slicer Plus makes prep work easier than ever and adds striking food presentation to the equation.
Very thinly slice lemon crosswise, using a handheld slicer and removing seeds with a knife tip as you go.
And, currently, he works weekends as a bacon slicer in a butcher's shop.
The Cake Slicer boasts proprietary features that allow it to save significant time for its users when slicing as compared to other methods.
But there's a technique that uses a disconnected slicer that's tied to a smaller copy of the data instead of the original data.
Along with a new style, the Aurora Bites Mini Peppers package and the Beefsteak Slicer Tomatoes packages are more environmentally friendly, reducing industry standard plastic usage by 25% and 30% respectively.
The power control system for the range of Weber slicers and in-feeders has been granted a prestigious 'Red Dot' award in recognition of its outstanding design and simple operation for high-performance slicing lines.