- a thin, broad piece of food, such as bread, meat, or cake, cut from a larger portion；a portion or share of something
- cut (something, especially food) into slices；cut something from (something larger) with a sharp implement
verb: slice, 3rd person present: slices, gerund or present participle: slicing, past tense: sliced, past participle: sliced
noun: slice, plural noun: slices
- 1. a thin, broad piece of food, such as bread, meat, or cake, cut from a larger portion four slices of bread potato slices 同義詞
- ▪ a portion or share of something local authorities control a huge slice of public spending 同義詞
- 2. a utensil with a broad, flat blade for lifting foods such as cake and fish.
- 3. a stroke that makes the ball curve away to the right (for a left-handed player, the left), typically inadvertently.
- ▪ (in sport) a shot or stroke made with glancing contact so that the ball travels forward spinning.
- 1. cut (something, especially food) into slices slice the onion into rings 同義詞
- ▪ cut something from (something larger) with a sharp implement he sliced a corner from a fried egg he sliced 70 seconds off the record 同義詞
- ▪ cut with or as if with a sharp implement the bomber's wings were slicing the air with some efficiency the blade sliced into his palm
- ▪ move easily and quickly Grimsby sliced through Swindon's defence
- 2. strike (the ball) or play (a stroke) so that the ball curves away to the right (for a left-handed player, the left) Duval sliced his ball into the water to the right of the green
- ▪ (in sport) propel (the ball) with a glancing contact so that it travels forward spinning Evans went and sliced a corner into his own net