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shreds, plural;
  1. Tear or cut into shreds
    • - shredded cabbage
Noun
  1. A strip of some material, such as paper, cloth, or food, that has been torn, cut, or scraped from something larger
    • - her beautiful dress was torn to shreds
    • - my reputation will be in shreds
  2. A very small amount
    • - there was not a shred of evidence that linked him to the fire

  1. a tiny or scarcely detectable amount
  2. tear into shreds
  3. rag: a small piece of cloth or paper
  4. (shredded) chopped: prepared by cutting; "sliced tomatoes"; "sliced ham"; "chopped clams"; "chopped meat"; "shredded cabbage"
  5. Spam Harassment Reduction via Economic Disincentives (SHRED) is a proposed sender-at-risk E-mail stamp mechanism for reducing the E-mail spamming problem by indirectly increasing the cost of E-mail sending to the senders of unwanted E-mail. ...
  6. Shred is a snowboarding comedy film starring Tom Green that was filmed along with its sequel Shred 2 at Big White Ski Resort and Silver Star Mountain Resort, two ski resorts in British Columbia, Canada.
  7. shred is a Unix command that can be used to securely delete files and devices so that they can be recovered only with great difficulty with specialised hardware, if at all. It is a part of GNU Core Utilities.
  8. (Shredding (data remanence)) Data remanence is the residual representation of data that have been in some way nominally erased or removed. This residue may be due to data being left intact by a nominal delete operation, or through physical properties of the storage medium. ...
  9. (Shredding (disassembling genomic data)) Shredding refers to the process in bioinformatics of taking assembled sequences and disassembling them into short sequences of usually 500 to 750 base pairs (bp). ...
  10. (Shredding (guitar playing technique)) Shred guitar or shredding refers to lead electric guitar playing that relies heavily on fast guitar solos. While one critic argues that shred guitar is associated with "... sweep-picked arpeggios, diminished and harmonic minor scales, finger-tapping and ... ...
  11. A long, narrow piece cut or torn off; a strip; In general, a fragment; a piece; a particle; To cut or tear into narrow and long pieces or strips; To ride aggressively; To drop fat and water weight before a competition; To play very fast (especially guitar solos in rock and metal genres)
  12. (shredded) cut or torn into narrow pieces; : Having extreme muscular definition in which the thickness of the skin over the muscles is reduced to millimeters
  13. (SHREDDED) If a surfer shredded a wave, it means they ripped it to pieces, see above.
  14. (Shredded) To get ripped, to have extremely low bodyfat with superior muscle separation. Also, sliced, cut, and cross-straited.
  15. (Shredded) from Long Island NY. we have our own style, but try to keep old style thrash alive. Rating:10.00 (Rate site)
  16. (Shredded) similar to chopped, except feedstuffs are cut longitudinally rather than cross-wise.
  17. (SHREDDING) Size reduction by shearing action.
  18. (Shredding) A means of destroying paper records by mechanical cutting into a multitude of narrow strips.
  19. (Shredding) A term used to describe the process when debris or particles show up in the effluent from a filter.  See fiber migration, media migration, unloading.
  20. (Shredding) Advanced, high-energy surfing with powerful snapping maneuvers.
  21. (Shredding) Old, out-dated slang term for a rider performing perfect turns and flips.
  22. (Shredding) Refers to a collection of techniques used on electric guitar to achieve the fastest possible playing. Characteristic mainly of heavy metal and hard rock styles.
  23. (Shredding) Slang for snowboarding.
  24. (Shredding) Slicing food such as cheese or raw vegetables very finely.  A sharp knife or coarse gratter is generally used.
  25. (Shredding) Style of playing characterized by playing notes at a super high speed. Although its roots can be traced to earlier decades, it was widely popularized in the 1980's by heavy metal guitarists.