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slice /slais/
  • danh từ
    • miếng mỏng, lát mỏng
      • a slice of bread: một lát bánh mì
    • phần, phần chia
      • of profits: phần chia lợi tức
    • dao cắt cá (ở bàn ăn) ((cũng) fish-slice)
    • (như) slice-bar
    • (ngành in) thanh phết mực
    • (thể dục,thể thao) cú đánh xoáy sang tay thuận (bóng gôn)
    • động từ
      • cắt ra từng miếng mỏng, lạng
      • (thể dục,thể thao) đánh xoáy (bóng gôn) sang tay thuận (sang phải đối với người chơi tay phải, sang trái đối với người chơi tay trái)
    Concise Dictionary
    slices|sliced|slicingslaɪs
    noun
    +a share of something
    +a serving that has been cut from a larger portion
    +a wound made by cutting
    +a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer
    +a thin flat piece cut off of some object
    +a spatula for spreading paint or ink
    verb
    +make a clean cut through
    +hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels in a different direction
    +cut into slices
    +hit a ball so that it causes a backspin

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 slab, piece, rasher, collop, shaving, layer, Cookery scallop, escalope, scaloppine (pl. of scaloppina) or scaloppini (pl.):
    May I have another slice of ham?
    2 portion, piece, part, wedge, share, sliver, helping:
    He wants to make certain he gets his slice of the pie.
    3 spatula; slicer:
    The Cabots gave us a silver fish slice for a wedding present.
    v.
    4 cut, carve, divide:
    They watched their mother slicing bread for sandwiches.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 a thin flat piece of food that has been cut off a larger piece: a slice of bread / ham + Cut the meat into thin slices. + a gin and tonic with a slice of lemon
    2 (informal) a part or share of sth: Our firm is well placed to grab a large slice of the market. + The rent for my room was a large slice out of my budget. + With this win, they can claim a slice of history. + Every organization in the land has tried to claim a slice of the cash from the National Lottery.
    3 a kitchen UTENSIL (= tool) that you use to lift and serve pieces of food: a fish slice
    4 (sport) (in golf, tennis, etc.) a stroke that makes the ball spin to one side rather than going straight ahead
    Idioms: a slice of life a film/movie, play or book that gives a very realistic view of ordinary life
    more at PIE, ACTION, CAKE n.
    + verb
    1 [VN] ~ sth (up) to cut sth into slices: to slice (up) onions / mushrooms / meat + Slice the cucumber thinly. + a sliced loaf + a loaf of sliced bread
    2 [usually +adv./prep.] to cut sth easily with or as if with a sharp blade: [V] He accidentally sliced through his finger. + A piece of glass sliced into his shoulder. + (figurative) Her speech sliced through all the confusion surrounding the situation. + [VN] The knife sliced his jacket. + (figurative) The ship sliced the water. [also VN-ADJ]
    3 [VN] (sport) to hit a ball so that it spins and does not move in the expected direction: He managed to slice a shot over the net.
    4 [VN] (in golf) to hit the ball so that it flies away in a curve, usually without meaning to
    5 [VN] (AmE, informal) to reduce sth by a large amount: The new tax has sliced annual bonuses by 30 percent.
    Idioms see THING, WAY n.
    Phrasal Verbs: slice sth<->off / away
    slice sth off sth to cut sth from a larger piece: Slice a piece off. + Slice away the corners. + (figurative) He sliced two seconds off the world record.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    big, generous, great, huge, large, thick | considerable, fair, significant, sizeable, substantial
    They spend a fair slice of the budget on research and development.
    | small, thin | cheese, lemon, pizza, etc.

    VERB + SLICE

    cut
    She cut a thin slice of lemon.

    PREP.

    in ~s
    The sausage is also sold pre-packed in slices.
    | ~ of
    a slice of toast The agency takes a large slice of the profits.

    PHRASES

    cut sth into slices
    He cut the meat into thick slices.

    verb

    ADV.

    finely, thinly
    Slice the bread thinly.
    | thickly | neatly | off, up
    Slice up the mushrooms and fry them.

    PREP.

    into
    The axe sliced into her shoulder.
    | off
    slicing pieces off the joint of meat
    | through
    The knife sliced through his ear.

    PHRASES

    slice sth in half/two
    Slice the onion in two.



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