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Another word for slash

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Verb
  1. To penetrate with a sharp edge

      1. A long, straight, narrow cut or opening.
      2. To make a slit or slits in.
      3. To cut lengthwise into strips; split.
      1. To cut or pass through with or as if with a sharp instrument; stab or penetrate.
      2. To make a hole or opening in; perforate.
      3. To make a way through:
      1. To cut into, as with a sharp instrument:
      2. To engrave (designs or writing, for example) into a surface; carve.
      3. To engrave designs, writing, or other marks into.
      1. To make a long deep cut in; slash deeply.
      2. A long deep cut.
      3. A deep flesh wound.
      1. To penetrate with a sharp edge; strike a narrow opening in.
      2. To separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument; sever:
      3. To sever the edges or ends of; shorten:
  2. To criticize harshly and devastatingly

      1. To shut with force and loud noise:
      2. To put, throw, or otherwise forcefully move so as to produce a loud noise:
      3. To hit or strike with great force.
      1. To cook with dry heat, as in an oven or near hot coals.
      2. To dry, brown, or parch by exposing to heat.
      3. To expose to great or excessive heat.
      1. A sharp blow made with the open hand or with a flat object; a smack.
      2. The sound of such a blow.
      3. A sharp insult:
      1. A source of widespread dreadful affliction and devastation such as that caused by pestilence or war.
      2. A means of inflicting severe suffering, vengeance, or punishment.
      3. A small whip used to inflict punishment.
      1. A usually numerical record of a competitive event:
      2. The total number of points made by each competitor or side in a contest, either final or at a given stage:
      3. The number of points attributed to a competitor or team.
      1. To burn superficially so as to discolor or damage the texture of.
      2. To dry out or wither with intense heat:
      3. To destroy (land and buildings) by fire or military action so as to leave nothing salvageable to an enemy army.
      1. To harm or injure, especially by fire.
      2. To criticize or denounce severely; excoriate.
      3. Harm or injury.
      1. To make shallow cuts in (the skin), as when vaccinating.
      2. To create a design on (the skin) by means of shallow cuts that are sometimes rubbed with a colorant or irritant to enhance the resulting scar tissue.
      3. To break up the surface of (topsoil or pavement).
      1. A stroke or blow with or as if with a whip.
      2. A whip.
      3. The flexible portion of a whip, such as a plait or thong.
      1. To strip off the skin or outer covering of.
      2. To strip of money or goods; fleece.
      3. To whip or lash.
      1. To censure strongly; denounce:
      2. To criticize (something) harshly:
      3. To tear, scrape, or wear off (the skin).
      1. To thrash with a stick.
      2. To instill forcefully:
      3. To defeat soundly.
      1. A local swelling of the skin that contains watery fluid and is caused by burning or irritation.
      2. A similar swelling on a plant.
      3. A raised bubble, as on a painted or laminated surface.
  3. To decrease, as in length or amount, by or as if by severing or excising

      1. To shorten or reduce:
      2. To shorten (a number) by dropping one or more digits after the decimal point.
      3. To replace (the edge of a crystal) with a plane face.
      1. To make neat or tidy by clipping, smoothing, or pruning:
      2. To remove the excess or unwanted parts from:
      3. To remove (excess or unwanted parts):
      1. To remove (fleece or hair) by cutting or clipping.
      2. To remove the hair or fleece from.
      3. To cut with or as if with shears:
      1. The partially dried fruit of any of several varieties of the common plum, Prunus domestica.
      2. Any kind of plum that can be dried without spoiling.
      3. An ill-tempered, stupid, or incompetent person.
      1. To remove the outer covering or skin of with a knife or similar instrument:
      2. To remove by or as if by cutting, clipping, or shaving:
      3. To reduce, as in quantity or size; trim:
      1. To look angry, sullen, or threatening.
      2. To appear dark or stormy, as the sky.
      3. A threatening, sullen, or angry look.
      1. To cut off (a part), especially from a tree or shrub:
      2. To cut off a part or parts from; trim:
      3. To eliminate or excise as superfluous:
      1. Used other than as an idiom: see cut,"Ž down.
      2. To bring down by cutting.
      3. (idiomatic) To insult, to belittle.
      1. (intransitive with on) To reduce the amount of (something).
      2. (intransitive with on) To reduce spending.
      3. (intransitive with on) To reduce consumption.
      1. To penetrate with a sharp edge; strike a narrow opening in.
      2. To separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument; sever:
      3. To sever the edges or ends of; shorten:
      1. Cultivated plants or agricultural produce, such as grain, vegetables, or fruit, considered as a group:
      2. The total yield of such produce in a particular season or place:
      3. A group, quantity, or supply appearing at one time:
      1. To cut, cut off, or cut out with or as if with shears:
      2. To make shorter by cutting; trim:
      3. To cut off the edge of:
      1. To cut by striking with a heavy sharp tool, such as an ax:
      2. To shape or form by chopping:
      3. To cut into small pieces:
    See also:

    increase

Noun
  1. The result of cutting

      1. To divide (something) from end to end, into layers, or along the grain:
      2. To cause to be split unintentionally:
      3. To cause to undergo nuclear fission or division into elements:
      1. A long, straight, narrow cut or opening.
      2. To make a slit or slits in.
      3. To cut lengthwise into strips; split.
      1. A thin broad piece cut from a larger object:
      2. An often wedge-shaped piece cut from a larger, usually circular object:
      3. A portion or share:
      1. The act of incising.
      2. A cut into a body tissue or organ, especially one made during surgery.
      3. The scar resulting from such a cut.
      1. To make a long deep cut in; slash deeply.
      2. A long deep cut.
      3. A deep flesh wound.
      1. To penetrate with a sharp edge; strike a narrow opening in.
      2. To separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument; sever:
      3. To sever the edges or ends of; shorten:
  2. An incision, a notch, or a slight cut made with or as if with a knife

      1. To make a thin shallow cut or mark on (a surface) with a sharp instrument.
      2. To use the nails or claws to dig or scrape at.
      3. To rub or scrape (the skin) to relieve itching.
      1. To put an abrupt end to:
      2. To injure so as to render harmless.
      3. To cut or score.
      1. A usually numerical record of a competitive event:
      2. The total number of points made by each competitor or side in a contest, either final or at a given stage:
      3. The number of points attributed to a competitor or team.
    See also:

    marks

  3. The act or process of decreasing

    See also:

    increase

Another word for slash

Verb
  1. See also:

    cut