- cut (something) with a violent sweeping movement, typically using a knife or sword；reduce (a price, quantity, etc.) greatly
- a cut made with a wide, sweeping stroke；a wound or gash made by a cut with a wide, sweeping stroke
- used to link alternatives or words describing or denoting a dual (or multiple) function or nature
noun: slash, plural noun: slashes
- 1. cut (something) with a violent sweeping movement, typically using a knife or sword a tire was slashed on my car they cut and slashed their way to the river 同義詞
- ▪ reduce (a price, quantity, etc.) greatly the workforce has been slashed by 2,000 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ lash, whip, or thrash severely.
- ▪ crack (a whip).
- ▪ criticize (someone or something) severely.
- 1. a cut made with a wide, sweeping stroke the man took a mighty slash at his head with a large sword
- ▪ a wound or gash made by a cut with a wide, sweeping stroke he staggered over with a crimson slash across his temple 同義詞
- ▪ a bright patch or flash of color or light yellow and gold foliage, with the odd slash of red
- 2. an oblique stroke (/) in print or writing, used between alternatives (e.g. and/or), in fractions (e.g. 3/4), in ratios (e.g. miles/day), or between separate elements of a text sentence breaks are highlighted by slashes 同義詞
- ▪ a genre of fiction, published chiefly in fanzines or online, in which characters who appear together in movies, television, or other popular media are portrayed as having a sexual (especially gay) relationship this year's sleeper hit is a faithful screen adaptation of Star Trek slash fiction it was my first attempt at writing slash
- 3. North American debris resulting from the felling or destruction of trees the mountainsides were strewn with slash
- 1. informal used to link alternatives or words describing or denoting a dual (or multiple) function or nature a model slash actress the most insane-slash-brilliant maneuver in the show's history