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Another word for slice

  1. The result of cutting

      1. A movie at a given stage in its editing:
      2. A part that has been cut from a main body:
      3. A reduction:
      1. A deep flesh wound.
      2. A long, deep cut
      1. (Surgery) A cut made into tissue or an organ
      2. The act or result of incising; cut; gash
      3. The scar resulting from such a cut.
      1. A decorative slit in a fabric or garment.
      2. A short diagonal line (/) used between two words to show that either is applicable (and/or), in dates or fractions (3/8), to express “per” (feet/second), etc.; virgule
      3. A long cut or other opening made by such a stroke; a gash or slit.
      1. A cut or tear, esp. one that is long and straight
      2. A long, straight, narrow cut or opening.
      1. An arrangement of bowling pins left standing after a bowl, in which two or more pins remain standing with one or more pins between them knocked down.
      2. A single thickness of hide split horizontally
      3. The feat, esp. in gymnastics, of spreading the legs apart until they lie flat on the floor, etc. in a straight line, the body remaining upright
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  2. A part severed from a whole

      1. A reduction:
      2. The style in which a thing is cut; fashion; form
      3. A part that has been cut from a main body:
      1. A portion or part that has been separated from a whole:
      2. An object that is one member of a group or class:
      3. A thing considered as a unit or an element of a larger thing, quantity, or class; a portion:
      1. The part of a man's money or property contributed by his bride; dowry
      2. A woman's dowry:
      3. A section or quantity within a larger thing; a part of a whole.
      1. One of two or more vehicles, such as a bus or train, given the same route and schedule, often used to carry extra passengers.
      2. A portion of railroad track maintained by a single crew.
      3. (Music) A group of instruments or voices in the same class considered as a division of a band, orchestra, or choir:
      1. (Geom.) A part of a figure, esp. of a circle or sphere, marked off or made separate by a line or plane, as a part of a circular area bounded by an arc and its chord
      2. The portion of a sphere cut off by two parallel planes.
      3. Any of the parts into which a body is separated or separable; division; section
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  3. A thin piece, especially of tissue, suitable for microscopic examination

      1. A distinct area of a town, county, or country:
      2. (Law) A distinct portion or provision of a legal code or set of laws, often establishing a particular legal requirement:
      3. A cesarean section.
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  1. To separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument

      1. To divide into pieces by cutting; slice:
      2. To decorate the surface of with cut figures or designs
      3. To cut into a desired shape; fashion by cutting:
      1. To split or be capable or splitting, especially along a natural line of division:
      2. To divide by a blow, as with an ax; split
      3. To split with a sharp instrument.
      1. To form or shape by severing or incising:
      2. To separate into parts with a sharp-edged instrument; sever:
      3. To perform:
      1. To separate; sever.
      2. To become separated or disunited.
      3. To divide into parts; break up.
      1. To divide into parts; break or interrupt:
      2. To part or break off, as by cutting or with force; cut in two
      3. To break up (a relationship, for example); dissolve.
      1. To make a slit or slits in.
      2. To cut or split open, esp. by a straight incision
      3. To cut lengthwise into strips; split.
      1. To separate or break up through failure to agree, etc.
      2. To separate (leather, for example) into layers.
      3. To separate, cut, or divide into two or more parts; cause to separate along the grain or length; break into layers
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Another word for slice

      1. A paving stone; a flagstone.
      2. Any of the rough, outer pieces cut from a log, as in sawing it into lumber
      3. A broad, flat, thick piece, as of stone or cheese.
      1. (Sports) An iron golf club with a very slanted face, used to lift the ball sharply upward, as from sand.
      2. A piece of material, such as metal or wood, thick at one edge and tapered to a thin edge at the other for insertion in a narrow crevice, used for splitting, tightening, securing, or levering.
      3. A piece of hard material, as wood or metal, tapering from a thick back to a thin edge that can be driven or forced into a narrow opening, as to split wood, lift a heavy weight, or fix something firmly in place
      1. A roll or fold of flesh on the body.
      2. A small portion of food or a slice, especially of meat.
      3. A small piece, portion, or slice of something.
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