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slice 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/slīs/,
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slices, plural;
  1. Cut (something, esp. food) into slices
    • - slice the onion into rings
    • - a sliced loaf
  2. Cut something or a piece of something off or from (something larger), typically with one clean cut
    • - he sliced a corner from a fried egg
    • - he sliced 70 seconds off the record
  3. Cut with or as if with a sharp implement
    • - the bomber's wings were slicing the air with some efficiency
    • - the blade sliced into his palm
  4. Move easily and quickly
    • - Senna then sliced past Berger to take third place
  5. Strike (the ball) or play (a stroke) so that the ball curves away to the right (for a left-handed player, the left), typically inadvertently

  6. (in other sports) Propel (the ball) with a glancing contact to impart spin
    • - Evans went and sliced a corner into his own net
Noun
  1. A thin, broad piece of food, such as bread, meat, or cake, cut from a larger portion
    • - four slices of bread
    • - potato slices
  2. A portion or share of something
    • - local authorities control a huge slice of public spending
  3. A stroke that makes the ball curve away to the right (for a left-handed player, the left), typically inadvertently. Compare with hook

  4. (in other sports) A shot or stroke made with glancing contact to impart spin

  5. A utensil with a broad, flat blade for lifting foods such as cake and fish


  1. a share of something; "a slice of the company's revenue"
  2. slit: make a clean cut through; "slit her throat"
  3. hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels in a different direction
  4. piece: a serving that has been cut from a larger portion; "a piece of pie"; "a slice of bread"
  5. cut into slices; "Slice the salami, please"
  6. cut: a wound made by cutting; "he put a bandage over the cut"
  7. Slice is the fourth album from Arthur Loves Plastic and was released in 1998.
  8. In Sun Microsystems' Solaris computer operating system, disk partitions are sometimes known as slices. This is a conceptual reference to the slicing of a cake into several pieces. A slice is composed of a contiguous range of blocks on a disk.
  9. Slice is the fifth studio album by Five for Fighting, the stage name of American singer-songwriter John Ondrasik, released on October 13, 2009. ...
  10. Slice is a fictional character from .
  11. Slice is a line of fruit-flavored soft drinks manufactured by PepsiCo and introduced in 1984, with the lemon-lime flavor replacing Teem.
  12. In racquet sports, backspin (also known as slice or underspin), is a shot such that the ball rotates backwards (as though rolling back towards the player) after it is hit. The trajectory of the shot involves an upward force that lifts the ball (see Magnus effect). ...
  13. That which is thin and broad; A thin, broad piece cut off; amount; A piece of pizza; A snack consisting of pastry with savoury filling; A broad, thin piece of plaster; A knife with a thin, broad blade for taking up or serving fish; also, a spatula for spreading anything, as paint or ink; A ...
  14. (Sliced) A knife stroked across a flitch repeatedly in a flat plane which produces individual leaves. Spliced: A veneer sheet made by edge gluing together jointed veneers. ...
  15. (Slices) From a researcher's perspective, a slice is a substrate-wide network of computing, communication, and measurement resources capable of running an experiment or a wide-area network service. ...
  16. (Slices) Large images that are used for the web often sliced or cut into multiple tagged images.  When they 're uploaded and inserted onto a web page they're reassembled automatically to form a complete images.  Most image editors having a slicing tool.
  17. (slices) Planes of the body 2 to 5 mm apart that are photographed during CT scans, which use special computer software to concentrate the x-ray on otherwise inaccessible areas of the body.
  18. (Slicing) an offensive maneuver whereby the weapon being used skims the surface of the target being struck. This action is normally restricted to using aspecific area of your natural weapon where no real depth occurs during contact, i.e., an eye slice. ...
  19. (Slicing) term refers to the process of cutting of the single-crystal ingot into wafers; high precision diamond blades are used.  learn more.
  20. (Slicing (aka Bacon Slicing, Shuffling, Translation Service)) This is the process where an image is cut up into swathes for an individual printhead. It takes into account the forms of Interleaving and drop laydown strategies required for the print. ...
  21. (Slicing) (T) is to select data from a cube T according to a fixed condition c. This operation is called in Statistics conditioning if only frequencies (counts) applied to multi-way tables are considered. For example, we can retrieve data from total_sales according to (total_sales).
  22. (Slicing) A means of producing veneer by driving a half-log or flitch against a pressure bar and knife while holding it against a metal bedplate. The shearing action produces very smooth surfaces, but the width of the veneer is determined by the width of the log.
  23. (Slicing) It's a culinary cut in which the food piece is cut in long, thin stripes (slices). It is used when the food portions should be felt in the dishes, it releases less of the flavour, but retains more of the consistency. ...
  24. (Slicing) The blade is cut through the water like a knife to take it quickly back to its starting position.
  25. (Slicing) To use the knife-edge of your foot or hand to use a slicing action through your target or skimming the surface