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Verb
/dīs/,
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dice, plural;
  1. Play or gamble with dice
    • - prohibitions on all dancing and dicing
  2. Cut (food or other matter) into small cubes
    • - dice the peppers
    • - add the diced onions
Noun
  1. A small cube with each side having a different number of spots on it, ranging from one to six, thrown and used in gambling and other games involving chance

  2. A game played with dice

  3. Small cubes of food


  1. cube: cut into cubes; "cube the cheese"
  2. die: a small cube with 1 to 6 spots on the six faces; used in gambling to generate random numbers
  3. play dice
  4. A die (plural dice, from Old French dé, from Latin datum "something given or played") is a small throwable object with multiple resting attitudes, used for generating random numbers or other symbols. ...
  5. DICE is a German prog rock band that was founded in 1974 in West Germany (Gütersloh/Eastern Westphalia), moved to Frankfurt am Main in 1977, and released 2 LP albums. In 1992, the band’s composer and lead singer Christian Nóvé revived the group in Leipzig. ...
  6. Matthew Dillon (born July 1, 1966) is a computer scientist living in Berkeley, California. He is best known for his contributions to FreeBSD and for starting the DragonFly BSD project.
  7. D.I.C.E. (Design, Innovate, Communicate, Entertain) Summit is an annual multi-day gathering of video game executives held in Las Vegas, Nevada. ...
  8. Dice is a fictional character from the toyline, comic books and cartoon series.
  9. In Greek mythology the Horae or Hours (Ὧραι, Hōrai, "seasons") were three goddesses controlling orderly life. They were daughters of Zeus and Themis, half-sisters to the Moirae. ...
  10. one of the two plurals of die; An alternative singular of die when the plural is dice; To play dice; To cut into small cubes
  11. (dices) Plural of dice, when "dice" is used as a singular
  12. (diced) A leather bookbinding decorated in a crisscross pattern of parallel diagonal lines forming rows of small diamonds across the surface. To see examples, try a search on the keyword "diced" in the British Library's Database of Bookbindings.
  13. (Dicing) process of cutting semiconductor wafer into individual chips each containing a complete semiconductor device. Large diameter wafer dicing is carried out by partially cutting the wafer along preferred crystallographic planes using high precision saw with ultra-thin diamond blade. ...
  14. (dicing) Close, dangerous driving; from the notion that the driver is gambling with lives.
  15. (Dicing) (T) is table projection on T by selecting a sub-cube T of some lower dimension c than the original cube T has. This operation is equivalent to marginalization in Statistics, i.e. projection of a data space into a lower dimension. ...
  16. (Dicing) Close, exciting driving between 2 or more racers. Positions are exchanged frequently.
  17. (Dicing) Cutting into even sized cubes is called dicing.
  18. (dicing) Cutting a product into cubes with a chef ’s knife. Normally, dicing refers to about a half-inch cube—the same size as dice.
  19. To cut into cubes (unlike chopping, which cuts foods into irregular pieces).
  20. [Plural of die.]  Two small cubes, each with faces marked with spots (pips (1)) representing the numbers 1 to 6. Dice for backgammon usually have rounded corners so they roll more easily. You throw a pair of dice at the start of each turn, and move your checkers according to the numbers thrown.
  21. A type of production package policy. Acronym for Documentary, Industrial, Commercial, Educational.
  22. To cut into very small pieces, approximately 1/8 to 1/16-inch.
  23. To dream of dice, is indicative of unfortunate speculations, and consequent misery and despair. It also foretells contagious sickness. For a girl to dream that she sees her lover throwing dice, indicates his unworthiness.
  24. Two identical numbered cubes
  25. to cut into regular sized cubes; small, medium or large