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slash1 US English

Cut (something) with a violent sweeping movement, typically using a knife or sword

slash2 US English

A tract of swampy ground, especially in a coastal region

slash US Thesaurus

her tires had been slashed

slash New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

oblique stroke (/) in printing or writing, solidus;

slash pine US English

A fast-growing, long-needled pine found in low-lying coastal areas (slashes) of the southeastern US, commonly harvested for timber

forward slash US English

A slash (/), especially as used in website addresses and computer commands (in contrast to backslash)

slash pocket US English

A pocket set in a garment with a slit for the opening

slash-and-burn US English

Of, relating to, or denoting a method of agriculture in which existing vegetation is cut down and burned off before new seeds are sown, typically used as a method for clearing forest land for farming


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