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Noun: slice  slIs
  1. A share of something
    "a slice of the company's revenue";
    - piece
  2. A serving that has been cut from a larger portion
    "a slice of bread";
    - piece
  3. A wound made by cutting
    - cut, gash, slash
  4. A golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer
    "he took lessons to cure his slice";
    - fade, slicing
  5. A thin flat piece cut off of some object
  6. A spatula for spreading paint or ink
Verb: slice  slIs
  1. Make a clean cut through
    "slice her throat";
    - slit
  2. (golf) hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels in a different direction
  3. Cut into slices
    "Slice the salami, please"; "slice up the salami, please";
    - slice up
  4. Hit a ball so that it causes a backspin

Derived forms: slicing, sliced, slices

Type of: cut, golf shot, golf stroke, helping, hit, lesion, part, percentage, piece, portion, serving, share, spatula, strike, swing, wound

Encyclopedia: Slice, Kimbo