US: /ˈsɫæʃ/
UK: /slˈæʃ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

slash /'slæʃ/
  • danh từ
    • vết chém, vết rạch, vết cắt
    • đường rạch, đường cắt (ở áo phụ nữ...)
    • đống cành lá cắt (khi đốn cây)
    • động từ
      • rạch, cắt, khía
      • hạ (giá), cắt bớt
        • to slash a speech: cắt bớt nhiều đoạn trong một bài diễn văn
      • quất, quật, đánh (bằng roi)
      • (thông tục) đả kích, đập tơi bời (một cuốn tiểu thuyết...)
      • (quân sự) chặt (cây) để làm đống cây cản

    Advanced English dictionary

    verb, noun
    + verb [VN]
    1 to make a long cut with a sharp object, especially in a violent way: Someone had slashed the tyres on my car. + She tried to kill herself by slashing her wrists. + We had to slash our way through the undergrowth with sticks.
    2 [often passive] (often used in newspapers) to reduce sth by a large amount: to slash costs / prices / fares + The workforce has been slashed by half.
    Phrasal Verbs: slash at sb/sth (with sth) to attack sb violently with a knife, etc.
    + noun
    1 [C] a sharp movement made with a knife, etc. in order to cut sb/sth
    2 [C] a long narrow wound or cut: a slash across his right cheek + (figurative) Her mouth was a slash of red lipstick.
    3 [C] (BrE also oblique) the symbol (/) used to show ALTERNATIVES, as in lunch and/or dinner and 4/5 people and to write FRACTIONS, as in 3/4
    See also - BACKSLASH
    4 (a slash) [sing.] (BrE, slang) an act of URINATING: He's just nipped out to have a slash.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 cut, gash, hack, score, slit, knife, lacerate; wound; scar:
    The guide slashed away at the undergrowth with his machete.
    2 lash, whip, scourge, flog, beat, horsewhip, flail, flagellate, flay, lambaste, thrash, beat:
    In those days, a convicted felon was beaten and slashed in front of a crowd in the market-place
    3 cut, reduce, decrease, drop, mark down, trim, lower:
    Prices were slashed to clear out last season's styles.
    4 cut, gash, incision, slit, slice, gouge, rent, rip, score, laceration:
    There is a slash in each sleeve that reveals the colourful fabric underneath
    5 cut, reduction, decrease, mark-down:
    The department stores continued their price slashes to the end of January.

    Collocation dictionary




    at, through
    He slashed through the rope.
    | with
    He slashed wildly at me with a knife.

    Concise English dictionary

    +a wound made by cutting
    +an open tract of land in a forest that is strewn with debris from logging (or fire or wind)
    +a punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of information
    +a strong sweeping cut made with a sharp instrument
    +cut with sweeping strokes; as with an ax or machete
    +beat severely with a whip or rod
    +cut open
    +cut drastically
    +move or stir about violently