a share of something
"a slice of the company's revenue"
a serving that has been cut from a larger portion
"a piece of pie"; "a slice of bread"
cut, gash, slash, slice(noun)
a wound made by cutting
"he put a bandage over the cut"
gash, solidus, stroke, cold shoulder, cutting, fade, slash, cut, swing, deletion, cutting off, virgule, excision, diagonal, piece, baseball swing, track, undercut, cut of meat, slicing, snub, separatrix, stinger
slice, fade, slicing(noun)
a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer
"he took lessons to cure his slicing"
a thin flat piece cut off of some object
a spatula for spreading paint or ink
make a clean cut through
"slit her throat"
hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels in a different direction
slice, slice up(verb)
cut into slices
"Slice the salami, please"
hit a ball so that it causes a backspin
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We use femtosecond laser pulses. We scan the skin and we get signals from the skin, particularly fluorescence, as well as another signal called second harmonic generation. So with these two signals we can build up images and get a precise look into the skin with a high resolution. The resolution is a factor of one thousand (times) better than ultrasound. So now you get the information without taking biopsies; normally you slice them, you stain them, and then a pathologist would look through these sections. Now you can get this information in seconds, labor free and with this fantastic resolution.
If you're comparing two different loaves of bread, for example, one might have 18 grams of whole grain per slice, and one might have 22, so if you're new to Whole Grains, perhaps you want to start lower and work your way up.
If Apple uses OLED for all models for next year, that could raise hopes for LG Display to take a slice, as Apple may want to diversify its sources for OLED supply.
We tell people to munch on veggies when they have a craving, but a lot of people get bored of carrots and celery pretty quickly, peppers are great to slice up when you get home from work, while you're making or waiting for dinner.
Slice comes at it from a foundational perspective providing services to allow independent pizza stores to compete with the big four pizza corporations.
Translations for slice
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- llescaCatalan, Valencian
- krajíc, plátekCzech
- Schnitte anfertigen, in Scheiben schneiden, Anteil, Teil, schneiden, hobeln, Brotscheibe, Scheibe, Stück, aufschneidenGerman
- rebanada, rebanar, sección, corteSpanish
- lõikama, viilukas, viilEstonian
- viipale, siivuttaa, paloitellaFinnish
- tranche, tronçon, couper en tranches, trancherFrench
- sliseag, slisnichScottish Gaelic
- karéj, szeletHungarian
- taglio, striscia, fetta, svirgolareItalian
- 切れ, 一片, スライスJapanese
- schijf, plakDutch
- å skjæreNorwegian
- fatia, fatiarPortuguese
- ломо́ть, кусо́чек, ре́зать, поре́зать, ло́мтик, кусо́кRussian
- dilim, dilimlemekTurkish
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